Oregon Company Recalls Multiple Ravioli ProductsPosted: Updated:
PORTLAND, Ore. - A Oregon firm is recalling several raw and frozen meat and poultry ravioli products for being produced without inspection.
Siberoni, is recalling 169,655 pounds of raw and frozen meat and poultry "pelmeni," including 1 lb. packages, in 40 pound cases, of "Siberoni" brand Chicken Pelmeni, 1 lb. packages, in 40 pound cases, of "Siberoni" brand Beef Pelmeni, and 1 lb. packages, in 40 pound cases, of "Siberoni" brand Beef and Pork Pelmeni.
All these products bear the establishment number "33788" or "P-33788" inside a USDA mark of inspection or elsewhere on the package.
The products were produced prior to September 6, 2013 and were sold directly from the firm's storefront and, via a distributor, to retail outlets in Oregon and Washington state.
The problem was discovered when an FSIS investigator found, at a distributor, product that the firm had produced while under suspension. Further investigation found that more product had been produced prior to the suspension period, but also without benefit of inspection.
FSIS has received no reports of illnesses associated with consumption of these products. Individuals concerned about an illness should contact a healthcare provider. There were no child nutrition, Department of Defense, or internet/Catalog sales of the product.