Popular Ready-to-Eat Pasta Meals Recalled, Check Your Freezers

May 22, 2019May 22, 2019

The news was just confirmed that a popular type of ready-to-eat beef stroganoff pasta has been recalled. Around 527 pounds of Bob Evans Beef Stroganoff Pasta has been recalled. 

According to reports, the products were sent out to stores around the nation without being federally approved through inspection.  The production took place on May 3.

Below is the product information:

"18-ounce sealed plastic trays containing 'Bob Evans Beef Stroganoff Pasta' with a use by date of 07/02/19 and a timestamp ranging between the hours of 15:00 and 18:37 on the tray seal. Also, it will have EST. M-46062 inside the USDA mark of inspection."

The products were sent to Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, Alabama, and Georgia.

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service personnel reviewed the product and records and realized that there had been a problem. Thankfully, no reports of harm have been made regarding the consumption of the products.

If you have purchased the Bob Evans Beef Stroganoff pasta, return it or throw it away until the USDA has approved the inspection! You don't want to run the risk that could be associated with uninspected food products. 

In other recent news, over 2,000 pounds of Vienna Beef hot dogs have just been recalled as well. There were metal pieces discovered in the products!

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