Pancakes recalled over possible soy contamination

| 30/01/2012

DSC_0098.jpg(CNS): Pinnacle Foods Group which manufactures Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes has issued a voluntary recall after the firm discovered the possibility of a potential cross-contact with product that contained soy protein. Although there have been no reports of illness as a result in consultation with the US Food and Drug administration the products have been called back. The recall applies to 'Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes' packaged in cardboard cartons (UPC codes below) which were sold and distributed nationally, with a ‘recommended use by date’ between 1 November last year up to and including 16 October of this.

The date can be found in the white box on the end of the carton.

Retail UPC Code  and descriptions of pulled product

19600-05100 AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKES BUTTERMILK LOW FAT 12/14.5oz
19600-05490 AUNT JEMIMA OATMEAL PANCAKES 12/14.8oz
19600-05820 AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKES BUTTERMILK 12/14.8oz
19600-05910 AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKES HOMESTYLE 12/14.8oz
19600-05955 AUNT JEMIMA CONFETTI PANCAKES 12/14.8oz
19600-06040 AUNT JEMIMA WHOLE GRAIN PANCAKES 12/14.5oz

Category: Health

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  1. Boom says:

    Now we need to find out who was serving them at Taste of Cayman

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why is it that a lot of the foods here have dates that are usually only 1-2 months

    before expiration. Look at the dates in the US, they are usually 1-2 years out…..hmmmm…