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Coco's Italian Market recalls Italian Meatballs, Beef Ravioli, and Pepperoni Pizza

The products were produced without undergoing federal inspection

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Coco's Italian Market of Nashville, Tenn., is recalling approximately 16,868 pounds of various ready-to-eat frozen meat products.

The products were produced without undergoing federal inspection.

There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions.

The following frozen items, produced from January 2019, through July 2020, are being recalled:

  • 16-oz. clear plastic bags packages containing 4 pieces of "Coco's ITALIAN MARKET Fully Cooked Italian Meatballs" and a USDA mark of inspection represented on the label.
  • 15-oz. plastic-wrapped plastic covered containers containing "Coco's ITALIAN MARKET Take - n - Bake BEEF RAVIOLI WITH LUCIANA'S MARINARA SAUCE."
  • 16-in. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing "Coco's ITALIAN MARKET Take - n - Bake Hand Made Pepperoni Pizza" with a USDA mark of inspection represented on the pepperoni label.
  • 7-in. plastic-wrapped cardboard trays containing "Coco's ITALIAN MARKET Take - n - Bake Hand Made Pepperoni Pizza" with a USDA mark of inspection represented on the pepperoni label.

The recalled products, which do not have an establishment number inside the USDA mark of inspection, were shipped to retail locations in Tennessee.

What to do

Customers who purchased the recalled products should not consume them, but discard or return them to the place of purchase.

Consumers with questions may contact Chuck Cinelli at (615) 573-2319 or by email at chuck.cinelli@gmail.com.

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