Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods, of Hayward, California, recalled roughly 264 kilos of cooked ready-to-eat rooster tikka masala because of a threat of meals poisoning with Listeria.
The recall includes the next Sukhi’s Chicken Tikka Masala product that was produced on Nov. 7, 2017:
- 11-oz. frozen microwaveable sealed containers of “Sukhi’s CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA with NAAN BREAD & BASMATI RICE” with a “USE BY” date of 11/07/2018 and lot quantity 83790
The merchandise are marked with institution quantity “P-44187” on the aspect of the person carton packing containers. They had been distributed in California.
The downside was found on November, 13, 2017, when officers had been notified that the agency shipped adulterated product into commerce.
Specifically, a pattern of the product was collected by FSIS personnel on November 7, 2017 and was confirmed to be constructive with Listeria monocytogenes on November 13, 2017.
There have been no confirmed stories of diseases or meals poisoning because of consumption of those merchandise.
However, consuming meals that’s contaminated with Listeria could cause a critical an infection — particularly in older adults, youngsters, folks with weak immune programs, and pregnant ladies and their newborns.
The signs of listeriosis embrace fever, muscle aches, headache, stiff neck, confusion, lack of stability and convulsions generally preceded by diarrhea or different gastrointestinal signs. In pregnant ladies, the an infection could cause miscarriages, stillbirths, untimely supply or life-threatening an infection of the new child.
Consumers with questions in regards to the recall can contact Donna Soares, Director of Customer Service, at (510) 336-8372.
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