WASHINGTON – Palama Holdings LLC of Kapolei,
The Food Safety and Inspection Service said Sunday that the follow products are being recalled:
- 16-oz. bags of “MAY’S HAWAII KALUA BRAND PORK (WITH UP TO TWELVE PERCENT SOLUTION ADDED), FULLY COOKED, SMOKE FLAVOR ADDED.” Each bag bears the establishment number “EST. 11077” inside the USDA mark of inspection, as well as a freeze-by date of “9/17/08” or “9/20/08.” These 16-oz. bags available for retail purchase are distributed in packages of three, which are shipped in cases of 15 packages each. Each case is labeled “MAY’S KALUA BRAND PORK, 15 PACKAGES/3 LB EACH” and bears the case code “325466.”
- 10-pound cases of “MAY’S KALUA BRAND PORK.” Each case bears the establishment number “EST. 11077” inside the USDA mark of inspection as well as a date code “21708” and a case code “325469.” Each case contains two 5-pound packages intended for food service use.
The pork products were produced on Aug. 4 and Aug. 7, 2008, and were distributed to foodservice and retail establishments in
The problem was discovered by FSIS routine microbiological testing and the here have been no reports of illness.
Source: Food Safety and Inspection Service