101,629 pounds of “Breakfast Stackers Sausage, Egg & Cheese” are being recalled due to containing monosodium glutamate (MSG). The ingredient is not declared on the breakfast sandwiches’ packaging. The specific products which are included in the recall are 3.75 lbs. cases containing 12 individual 5.5-oz. packages of “Lettieri’s Breakfast Stackers Sausage, Egg & Cheese within a flakey biscuit” and 3.75 lbs. cases containing 12 individual 5.5-oz. packages of “Real Time Café Breakfast Stacker Sausage, Egg & Cheese within a flakey pastry.”
According to news reports, all packages of breakfast sausage have their establishment number “EST. 19109″ inside the USDA mark. They were produced from Aug. 2010 to Dec. 2010, and the biscuit variety was distributed to California, Florida, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee and Wisconsin, while the pastry version was distributed to California, Colorado, Minnesota and Washington. The MSG contents were discovered during a routine inspection to not be listed on the packages. No reports of adverse reactions to the product have surfaced yet. Consumers should throw out or return these immediately.
As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I hope no one is harmed due to these breakfast products. If you or a loved one become ill due to product which was recalled, you should consult with a personal injury attorney Los Angeles who can assess your case.