USDA concerned about chicken from China; fake U.S. inspection mark used

USDA concerned about chicken from China; fake U.S. inspection mark used

The product is no longer available to consumers, but USDA officials have issued a public alert for certain organic imported raw chicken wings because the are marked with a fraudulent establishment number. Label information printed in Chinese makes it more difficult for consumers to identify the product.

“Di-Da Di-Da USA Corp., a Saratoga, Cal., establishment received and distributed ineligible imported frozen chicken wings products from The Peoples Republic of China to U.S. commerce for retail sale,” according to the alert posted by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

“Retailers who have purchased the product are urged not to sell it. Consumers who purchased the product should not consume it and properly discard it. Consumers are asked to double bag the product when discarding it to reduce the possibility o

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