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Latest food recalls in California: baked goods, tuna and vegan rotini



Screenshot of Seviroli Foods Aplety Rotini Herbal Bolognese Meal Kit. The company recalled the article on December 26 because of the undeclared milk.

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Seviroli Foods, Relish Foods and Poppies International recently recalled certain food products that were distributed in California.

Recalls include Seviroli’s herbal meal kits, Relish’s tuna steaks, and Poppies cream puffs.

Here’s what we know about recalls:

Seviroli Foods, Inc and its Many Rotini with Plant Based Bolognese Meal Kit, 24 oz

According to the Food and Drug Administration, Seviroli Foods recalled its Amplety Rotini with Plant Based Bolognese meal kit on December 26 due to undeclared milk.

The recalled meal kits have an expiration date of May 28, June 10, and June 11, 2022.

On December 22, the company discovered that the meal kits containing milk were “inadvertently packaged” and labeled as “Aplenty-Rotini with a herbal bolognese meal kit.”

No adverse reactions or illnesses have been reported.

The products have been sold in stores and online at Amazon Fresh. They have since been taken off the shelves.

If you have any questions, you can contact Seviroli customer service at 516-222-6220, ext. 111, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Standard Time, Monday to Friday.

Relish Foods & Frozen Pacific Fusion Brand Tuna Steaks, 10 oz

Relish Foods has voluntarily recalled its Frozen Pacific Fusion brand tuna steaks due to high levels of histamine, according to the FDA.

The tuna steaks were distributed throughout Northern California and sold in Save Mart supermarkets and Lucky stores from October through November.

The production date was July 2021, the expiration date is July 2021, and the production code is R11G2821D22A D2091A. This information is labeled on the packaging in the upper right corner.

The Los Angeles-based company released the ad after a consumer complaint. The FDA sampled the product and found it to contain “high levels of histamine which can produce an allergic reaction called scombroid food poisoning.”

Symptoms of scombroid poisoning include flushing, rash, headache, dizziness, sweating, and burning of the throat and mouth. There may also be gastrointestinal reactions, such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Relish Foods Inc is investigating the cause with the FDA, the statement said.

If you have any questions, contact the company at 1-888-301-0881, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, Monday through Friday.

Poppies International, Inc. and its Delizza cream puffs

Poppies International, Inc. has initiated a voluntary recall of its Delizza cream puffs, which have been sold nationwide, including in Northern California.

During production, the company discovered possible small fragments of metal in its baking products made from Dec. 1 to Dec. 10, according to the FDA.

The recalled lots of Delizza 30 and 120 Cream Puffs were distributed at select Safeway and Costco stores in northern California. It was also sold to Carson City and Sparks, Nevada.

The full product names, lot codes and expiration dates of the recalled products are as follows:

  • Delizza Coated Chocolate 30 ct (400g): L1J5021 and L1K5021; June 9, 2023

  • Cream puff Delizza 30 ct (375g): L2N5021 and L2O5021; June 10, 2023

  • Delizza cream puffs 120 ct (1.5 kg): L32E5021 and L32F5021; June 7, 2023

Consumers can call 252-428-7118, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday, or email [email protected] with any questions.

If any of these recalled products are in your home, here’s what you need to know about refunds and adverse reaction reporting.

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Hanh Truong is a reporter with the Sacramento Bee Utilities Office. She was previously a freelance journalist, covering education and culture for PBS SoCal and music for