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CDPH Warns Consumers Not to Eat Certain Pasta Products 

Date: 1/29/2013 

Number: 13-003 

Contact: Anita Gore or Heather Bourbeau 

SACRAMENTO 

Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state health officer, today warned consumers with food allergies not to eat certain pasta products due to undeclared allergens.

Yolanda Quality Foods, Inc., of San Gabriel, is voluntarily recalling various Yolanda brand gnocchi, ravioli, tortellini, and tortelloni products because the product labels failed to declare food allergens (wheat and/or milk) in the ingredient statements.

 Code

 Yolanda Brand Product

 Unit Size

Undeclared Allergen(s)

GN12 Classic Gnocchi 12 oz. Wheat and milk
TIC12 Cheese Tortellini 12 oz. Wheat
TIS12 Spinach Tortellini w/Cheese 12 oz. Wheat
TOC12 Cheese Tortelloni 12 oz. Wheat
JCF12 12 Jumbo Florentine Ravioli Classic 12 oz. Wheat
LSM12 Classic Large Square Ravioli Mushroom 10 oz. Wheat
TIS10 Spinach Tortellini w/Cheese 10 lb. bulk case Wheat
TIC10 Tortellini w/Five Cheese 10 lb. bulk case Wheat
TOC10 Cheese Tortelloni 10 lb. bulk case Wheat
TOS10 Spinach Tortelloni w/Cheese 10 lb. bulk case Wheat

CDPH is working with the manufacturer and distributors to identify the specific distribution of the recalled pastas. Consumers with food allergies in possession of the recalled products should discard them in the trash or return them to the place of purchase for a refund.

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to wheat or milk run the risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction, that requires immediate medical attention should they consume these products.

Consumers who have experienced allergic reaction after consuming any of these products should contact their health care provider. Consumers that observe the products being offered for sale are encouraged to report their findings to the CDPH toll free complaint line at (800) 495-3232.

 
 
Last modified on: 1/29/2013 11:11 AM