Boxed prepackaged meal kits are being recalled by Traditions, Pearl, MS. The kits contain separate portions of instant nonfat dry milk which may be contaminated with the foodborne pathogen Salmonella.
Plainview Milk Products Cooperative, Plainview, MN, was the manufacturer and distributor of the instant nonfat dry milk found in the kits, and announced its own recall on June 28, 2009 (see Salmonella Milk Recall.)
The details of the Traditions meal kit recall are as follows:
Boxes of “TRADITIONS MEAL SOLUTIONS” prepackaged meal kits.
Boxes of “ILSmeals Home Meal Delivery Service” prepackaged meal kits.
According to the USDA website:
The weight and ingredient, or item, statements vary on the master boxes. Each box contains approximately 2 to 12 meals. The instant nonfat dried milk products were packaged in the master shipping boxes on various dates ranging from January 28, 2008 to June 5, 2009. The final shipping containers bear the establishment number “EST. 18350” and/or “P-18350” within the USDA mark of inspection printed on the side of the box.
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