Massive Meatball Recall: 72,000 Pounds Of Frozen Meatballs Recalled Due To Listeria Concern

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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — More than 72,000 pounds of various frozen meatballs have been recalled due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

The products included in the recall include:

  • 30-lb. case of Silver Lake “.5 oz Cooked Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 30-lb. case of Buon Gusto “.5 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “1/2 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Mamma Cacciatore “1/2 oz Mamma Cacciatore Baked Beef and Chicken Meatballs”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “1/2 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “2 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Mamma Cacciatore “1 oz Mamma Cacciatore Baked Beef and Chicken Meatballs”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “1 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs”
  • 10-lb. case of Pisa Brand “1oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “1 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs made with chicken and beef”
  • 10-lb. cases of Buon Gusto “1 oz Baked Italian Style Meatballs with Pepper and Onions”
  • 10-lb. cases of Buono Vita “1 oz Baked Gourmet Meatballs with Pork and Beef”
  • 30-lb case of Buono Vita’s “.65 oz Baked Gourmet Meatballs with Pork and Beef”
  • 10-lb. case of Sapore Italiano “3 oz Baked Meatballs with Beef and Pork”
  • 10-lb. case of Buon Gusto “1/2 oz Baked meatballs with chicken and beef”

Each of the products were created on June 26, 2012 and bear the establishment number “P-954” or “Est. 954” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The products were sold to distribution facilities nationwide, including the Washington region.

There have been no reported illnesses related to the food.

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