The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a pasta recall on Dec. 31. Campbell Soup Company, makers of Prego pasta sauce has recalled 24 ounce jars of Prego Traditional Italian sauce due to risk of spoilage concerns.
300 cases of the affected pasta sauce were shipped to distribution centers in Ariz., Ark., Kan., Mo., Neb., N.M., and Okla.
During a routine quality control test – tests conducted randomly by Campbell – it was discovered that the affected cases had possible spoilage concerns; Campbell Soup Supply located in Paris, Texas made all the affected products.
No illnesses have been reported at the time of this recall that were distributed only in the U.S.
The affected Prego products in this recall were made on Dec. 15 with military time code ranging CT BJ ZV 0330 to CT BJ ZV 0449; “Best By” dates of June 16, 2015 are indicated on all the jars.
Consumers who may have purchased any of the affected Prego Traditional Italian pasta sauce jars are advised not to consume the product. A full refund of the purchase price is available if returned to the place where it was purchased.
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