Feb. 19, 2014 — Around 238,000 cases of Hot Pockets baked goods are being reviewed because the products may contain reviewed meat, Nestle USA says.
The deliberate review by Settle incorporates three diverse sizes of Philly Steak and Cheese Hot Pockets and Hot Pockets Croissant Hull Philly Steak and Cheese products within the two-pack box, NBC News reported.
The items may contain meat delivered in 2013 and recalled last week by Rancho Bolstering Corp. The meat created at its Petaluma, Calif. plant was reviewed since it came from “diseased and unsound animals” that were prepared without full assessment, concurring to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Nourishment Security and Review Benefit.
Settle found that a company in its supply chain bought meat from Rancho, NBC News reported.
“From this review, we have affirmed that a little amount of meat from Rancho was used at Nestle’s Chatsworth, California generation operation, a office devoted entirely to Hot Pockets brand sandwiches,” the company said in news discharge.
The reviewed Hot Pockets products were dispersed over the country. Consumers can return the products or phone Settle at 1-800-392-4057.
No sicknesses have been detailed in connection with the reviewed meat from Rancho Nourishing Corp, agreeing to the USDA. The plant closed deliberately last week and officials are examining its processes and items, NBC News detailed.
The reviewed meat was conveyed to at slightest 974 sellers in California, as well as to a few in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Unused Mexico, Oregon and Washington, agreeing to USDA authorities.