An Oklahoma-based company has recalled nearly 9,000 pounds of frozen meat and poultry pie products. Some products from Original Fried Pies, Inc. contain a preservative called sodium benzoate that doesn’t appear on package labels. The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the Department of Agriculture says sodium benzoate is not approved for use as an added ingredient in meat and poultry products.
The Davis, Okla.-based company’s recall includes three different kinds of cheese sauce and another sauce with vegetables and chicken. It was distributed for use at restaurant locations in Arkansas, Colorado, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. There haven’t been any reports of illness tied to eating the mislabeled products.
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