Carmel California Restaurant Recalls Cioppino Sauce

July 14th, 2009

June 17, 2009:  In a press release issued today, the California Department of Public Health is warning consumers not to eat the Cioppino Sauce produced by the Sea Harvest Restaurant of Carmel, CA.  The restaurant is voluntarily recalling the sauce due to the possibility of contamination with Colostridium botulinum toxin.

One possible reason for the recall is that the restaurant does not have the cannery license that is required to produce this type of product.  Without the proper manufacturing practices being put into place, a canned product of this type is at risk for C. botulinum contamination.

The Cioppino Sauce was packaged in BALL wide-mouth canning jars. The Cioppino Sauce jars have a white computer printer label that identifies the name of the product, lists the ingredients, states “PRODUCT OF SEA HARVEST” and “REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING”.  Consumers may contact the restaurant at 831-626-3626 with any additional questions.

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