Covap Jamon Del Bellota 100% Iberico Bone in Dry Cured Acorn Fed Iberico Pork Ham
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January 19, 2015

Two companies have recalled about 171,700 pounds of imported pork that were not inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Kalle USA of Illinois and California-based Food Club Corp issued the recalls after a routine review of shipment data found that shipments for both companies were not presented for inspection at a U.S. point-of-entry.

Products for Kalle USA were produced between Oct. 18, 2013 and Nov. 19, 2014 and bear establishment number 'Denmark Est. 215' inside the mark of inspection. The recall includes Natural Dehydrated Pork Stock/National [sic] Dehydrated Pork Broth, Natural Dehydrated Pork Stock Hot Setting and Fresh Injection Pork Protein that were distributed in Arkansas, California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact the company's president, John Lample, at kalle@kalleusa.com.

Products recalled by Food Club Corp, include Covap Jamon Del Bellota 100% Iberico Bone in Dry Cured Acorn Fed Iberico Pork Ham and Covap Jamon De Bellota Dry Cured Acorn Fed Iberico Sliced Ham, which were sold online. The products bear the establishment number 'Spain 29' inside the mark of inspection and have sell-by dates from June 19, 2014 through Dec. 10, 2015.

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact the company's owner, Eduardo Rebollo, at info@ibericoclub.com.