Pettisville Issues Recall

Pet­tisville Meats is recall­ing approx­i­mately 1,700 pounds of Oven Ready Rossman’s Ham Loaf due to what they call an unde­clared aller­gen. The ham loaf prod­uct con­tains eggs, which is not declared on the prod­uct label accord­ing to the Ohio Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture. The Oven Ready Rossman’s Ham Loaf prod­uct was pro­duced between Feb. 4, 2014, and May 15, and pack­aged with two dif­fer­ent labels, one with the estab­lish­ment num­ber EST. 1240 inside the Ohio mark of inspec­tion, and the sec­ond is a retail only label that does not bear the mark of inspec­tion. The affected prod­uct was sold through the company’s retail mar­ket in Pet­tisville, and the issue turned up dur­ing a rou­tine label review by ODA’s Divi­sion of Meat Inspec­tion. Pet­tisville Meats says any cus­tomers who pur­chased it, should not eat it, and to return it to the com­pany at 382 Main St., Pet­tisville, or call them at 419–445-0921.

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