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8, 2009: Possible Under-Processing Prompts Retail Soup Recall

soupThe USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced that Bay Valley Foods, LLC of Pittsburgh, PA is recalling its Chunky Grilled Steak with Vegetables soup.  This recall was enacted in light of the fact that Bay Valley Foods discovered the possibility of having under-processed its soup products.

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Over 6,490 pounds of read-to-serve soup were shipped to Stater Bros., which subsequently sent the soup to retail establishments in California.

Details of the products, as posted by the FSIS, that were recalled are as follows.

  • 18.6 - oz. metal cans of Stater Bros. brand, "CHUNKY GRILLED SIRLOIN STEAK WITH VEGETABLES" Ready to Serve Soup. The front of each label bears the USDA mark of inspection. Additionally, the "Use By/Sell By" date "11/10/10," and the establishment number, "EST. 108," are printed on the top of each can. Each case contains a total of twelve (12) cans and may be identified by the code "70411108."

The canned soup products were produced on November 10, 2008 and were distributed to retail establishments in California. If available, the retail distribution list(s) will be posted on the FSIS website at FSIS Recalls.

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