Kenosha Beef recalls beef patties for misbranding and undeclared allergens
A locally based beef company is recalling nearly 4,000 pounds of beef patties because they may contain ingredients which aren’t mentioned on the product’s label.
Kenosha Beef based out of Kenosha is recalling the bacon cheddar beef patty products which were produced on June 14, 2017. The problem was discovered on August 9 after the company received two complains that the bacon cheddar beef patties were not being labeled as bacon and cheddar. Instead, the products were being labled as “JP O’Reilly’s PUB BURGER,” but contained the company’s cheddar beef patties.
The products included in the recall are listed below:
- 4-lb retail carton containing 12, 1/3 pound burgers of “JP O'REILLY’S, PUB BURGER, FAMILY PACK, MADE FROM BEEF CHUCK,” with a sell-by date of 01-10-18.
- 24-lb cases of “JP O’REILLY’S, BACON & CHEDDAR BEEF PATTIES” with sell-by date of 01-10-18 and case codes of 0614KS42065, 0614KS42066, 0614KS42067, 0614KS42068 and 0614KS42070.
The items were shipped to retailers in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
There have been no reports of illness or adverse reactions from those who have eaten the products.
It is recommended the products are either thrown away or returned to where they were purchased.