Yet another food recall due to Salmonella contamination. This one was announced this morning by Johnny’s Fine Foods, a Tacoma, Washington food company, who is recalling powdered au jus due to potential contamination by Salmonella. The FDA recall notice states as follows:
To date no known illnesses have been associated with this product.
Johnny’s French Dip Powdered Au Jus is distributed nationwide and is sold in retail stores.
Johnny’s French Dip Powdered Au Jus 6oz is packaged in a clear plastic bottle with a red, white and blue label. The expiration date for this product is 0332. Johnny’s French Dip Powdered Au Jus 1.1oz is packaged in a red, white and blue foil packet. The expiration date for this product is 02212.
The product was made using hydrolyzed vegetable protein manufactured by Basic Food Flavors, Inc. Las Vegas, Nevada. Basic Food Flavors initiated a recall of the hydrolyzed vegetable protein due to Salmonella contamination.
Recall after recall after recall. Food companies are failing in 2010. There is no other way to put it.