Pagoda Egg Rolls, believed to contain foreign material, have been recalled by the Schwan Food Company. The Class 1 recall involves two varieties of Pagoda Egg Rolls, the chicken and the pork and shrimp. Schnucks is among retailers that carry these products. Schnucks and the Schwan’s company want customers to check their freezers for certain packages of these products.
The Pagoda Pork and Shrimp Roll will have a UPC of 0-72180-69274-0 with code dates of either 384314 or 384315. The Pagoda Chicken Egg Rolls will have a UPC of 0-72180-69274-0 with a code date of 384315. Each package will also have the establishment number of 5630, which can be found inside the USDA mark of inspection.
The recall was enacted after the company had received customer complaints; however, the Food and Safety Inspection Service has yet to receive any reports of injury due to ingestion of the products. The recall not only affects Missouri residents, but also those in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
If one of these products is found, it may be returned to the nearest Schnucks store for a full refund. Consumers with questions should contact the Schwan’s customer support line at 800-551-5961 or the Schnucks Consumer Affairs Department at 314-994-4400.
- Alex Rampy