Georgia Department of Agriculture

Some Mrs. Friday’s Calamari Rings recalled for peanut contamination

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black alerts consumers to the recall of some breaded calamari rings that may be cross-contaminated with peanuts.

Georgia-based King & Prince Seafood of Brunswick has recalled its breaded calamari rings that were distributed nationally through brokers and foodservice distributors.

The calamari has the potential to contain a peanut ingredient manufactured in its soy flour. Consumers who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

The recalled products include:

  • Mrs. Friday’s Breaded Calamari Rings, 4/2.5#, UPC code 10041338578028
  • Mrs. Friday’s Italian Calamari Rings, 4/2.5#, UPC code 10041338578004
  • Mrs. Friday Breaded Italian Calamari Rings, 6/2#, UPC code 10070017412100

All date codes of this product are included in the recall.

Consumers with this product should return it to place of purchase. Distributors should contact King & Prince Seafood. Those with questions may contact the company at (800) 632-5464 or e-mail clamari@kpseafood.com.

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