Real Pasta Inc., a North Bergen, N.J., establishment is recalling approximately 25,000 pounds of assorted pasta products that were processed without benefit of inspection. Some of the products were also misbranded after being repackaged and may contain soy, a known allergen not declared on the label.

The products subject to recall were labeled under the following brand names:

  • ·         Angelina Foodservice
  • ·         Deer Park Ravioli
  • ·         K-Bella
  • ·         La Gustosa Ravioli
  • ·         NY Ravioli and Pasta
  • ·         Pasta Del Mondo
  • ·         Queen Ann Ravioli
  • ·         Raffetto’s Corp
  • ·         Real Pasta Inc
  • ·         San Marco Ravioli
  • ·         Serino’s Italian Foodservice
  • ·         Vitamia

Various products include:

  • ·         Meat Ravioli
  • ·         Meat Ravioli Round
  • ·         Meat Tortellini
  • ·         Pre-cooked Meat Tortellini
  • ·         Veal Tortellini
  • ·         Meat Raviolinni
  • ·         Chicken Tortellini
  • ·         Chicken Ravioli with Smoked Mozzarella

The products subject to recall were packaged on various dates since November 14, 2012, then shipped into commerce bearing one of the following establishment numbers: Est. 21479, P-21479, Est. 4702, or P-4702, Est. 1835, or P-1835. Wholesale and retail outlets can identify bulk pack product by the following Julian codes: 12318 through 12366, and 13001 through 13121. The products were distributed in Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

This problem was discovered in an FSIS investigation after product was noticed in a retail outlet bearing the establishment number of a facility that had recently lost its federal grant of inspection. FSIS has received no reports of illness due to consumption of these products.

Source: FSIS