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CDPH Warns of Undeclared Allergens in Pasta, Spreads and Wraps Manufactured by Hasta Be Pasta 

Date: 2/3/2015 

Number: 15-015 

Contact: Scott Murray (916) 440-7259 

SACRAMENTO 

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today warned consumers with allergies to milk, soy or egg not to eat the following pasta dishes, spreads, or wraps because they contain milk, soy and egg allergens that are not declared on the product label:

Hasta Be Pasta, Arcata, CA

Brand and Size 

Size

Undeclared Allergen

 Pastas

 Artichoke Pesto Pasta

10 oz.

 Milk

 Meatless Ragu Pasta

10 oz.

 Milk

 Pasta with Roasted Garlic and Bell Pepper (Pasta con 
 Pepeperone ed Aglio)

10 oz.

 Milk

 Pasta in Arrabbiata Sauce (Pasta alla Arrabbiata)

10 oz.

 Milk

 Pasta in Mediterranean Sauce (Pasta alla Mediterranean)

10 oz.

 Milk

 Pasta with Pecorino, Walnuts, and Olives (Pasta Pastora)

 10 oz.

 Milk

 Pasta with a Spicy Eggplant Sauce (Pasta all Norma)

10 oz.

 Milk

 Spreads

 Paolo’s  Antipasto Mediterranean Spread

5 oz.

 Soy and Egg

 Paolo’s Antipasto Artichoke and Crab Spread

5 oz.

 Soy and egg

 Wraps

 Paolo’s Snackin’ Wraps Mediterranean Wraps

4.6 oz.

 Soy and egg

 Paolo’s Snackin’ Wraps Artichoke and Crab Wraps

4.6 oz.

 Soy and egg

People who have milk, soy, and/or egg allergies risk life-threatening reactions if these products are consumed. To date, no illnesses have been reported.

Hasta Be Pasta of Arcata, California, has initiated a voluntary recall of these products after a routine inspection by CDPH identified the labeling deficiency.

The cooked pasta noodles with sauce and grated cheese were packaged in plastic containers with a clear lid. The spreads are blended ingredients and were packaged in clear plastic containers. The wraps are wheat tortillas filled with spreads, rolled and wrapped in clear cellophane. These products were distributed to retail stores in the Humboldt County, California area.


Pictures of the recalled pasta, spreads and wraps are available on the CDPH’s website. Consumers in possession of any of these products should return them to the place of purchase for a refund or dispose of them in the trash.  

 

Consumers who have experienced an allergic reaction after eating these products should consult their health care provider. Anyone observing these products being offered for sale is encouraged to call CDPH toll-free complaint line at (800) 495-3232.

 
 
Last modified on: 2/3/2015 3:30 PM