Campbell Soup Supply is recalling
its Spaghetti O’s with Meatballs due to a processing problem.
The canned food, which is sold in
Cayman, has been taken off the shelves of local supermarkets and stores in
response to the recall.
The soup company, based in Paris,
Texas, in consultation with the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and
Inspection Service, issued the voluntary recall of 15 million pounds of the
product due to possible under-processing.
A press release from Foster’s Food
Fair IGA stated the store had pulled all the affected Campbell Spaghetti O’s
from its shelves. The affected product sold by Foster’s Food Fair IGA is
Campbell Spaghetti O’s with Meatballs with the UPC number 000 51000 14 320.
The problem was discovered through
a routine warehouse inspection by Campbell’s and its subsequent investigation.
There have been no reports of illnesses from consumption of this product, but
consumers should not eat it.
“Until Foster’s Food Fair IGA has a
further correspondence from the manufacturer on this affected product, moving
forward, it will not be available. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may
cause, however the safety of our customers is our top priority.
“We encourage all customers who have
purchased this product to return the affected product to their Foster’s Food
Fair IGA of purchase for a full refund,” the statement from Foster’s said.