Over 85,000 Pounds of Uninspected Deli Meat Recalled

Eight states throughout the U.S. are affected.

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The USDA announced a recall of approximately 85,984 pounds of ready-to-eat sliced prosciutto ham. The product was produced without the benefit of equivalent inspection, which the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) requires. Equivalence means that the country of origin has a “food safety inspection system that has an appropriate level of public health protection as applied domestically by FSIS in the United States.”

The prosciutto was distributed in the U.S. through ConSup North America Inc. in Lincoln Park, New Jersey. The prosciutto ham was produced between September 24, 2023, and March 6, 2024. All recalled products are still within their “Best Before” dates and may be in consumers’ or retailers’ refrigerators.

At the time of this writing, there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions from the meat.



How to Identify the Recalled Prosciutto Ham

The recalled prosciutto comes in 5.29-ounce plastic packages containing the identifying words “Stockmeyer Prosciutto Product of Germany.” The lot codes for the packages are as follows:

  • 09118-3A

  • 09118-3B

  • 09120-3A

  • 09120-3B

  • 13133-3A

  • 13133-3B

  • 13104-3A

  • 13104-3B

  • 13105-3A

  • 13105-3B

  • 13109-3A

  • 13109-3B

They have “Best Before” dates of 4/28/2024, 5/26/2024, 7/7/2024, 8/4/2024, 8/11/2024, and 10/7/2024. The packages were shipped to various retail locations in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. A label can also be viewed on the FSIS site.

The product should be discarded. Consumers with questions about the recall can contact Luann Servidio, Director of Imports, ConSup North America Inc., at 973-628-7330 or L.Servidio@consup.us.

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