News reports that a certain amount of frozen stuffed pasta produced and distributed by the D’Orazio Foods, Inc. from New Jersey is being recalled due to the lack of proper inspections performed before the items were shipped.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service revealed that the company must seize over 161,000 ponds of the frozen pasta distributed to many states including California.
After a routine assessment managed by the FSIS, agents realized there was a certain batch of pasta that had been produced when inspectors were not present at the facility. The recalled items include Albertsons’ beef ravioli, Albertsons’ sausage ravioli, Jewel sausage ravioli, Our Family beef ravioli and Jewel beef ravioli. States like California, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Texas, Oregon and Utah are known to have distributed the recalled products.
According to the agency, the lack of a proper inspection may lead to severe ramifications. All companies must abide to the federal regulations and have their food products properly inspected or lives of consumers throughout the nation will suffer.
Any personal injury lawyer can tell you that many personal injury cases are related to the negligence of companies that fail to have their products properly inspected by the authorities.
As a Newport Beach personal injury attorney I hope that no severe contaminations will be discovered in the recalled products. I urge all consumers to follow the agency’s recommendation and return the product if you happen to have purchased it. Do not delay.