The recall of Uncle Chen and Lian How Brand products is expanding amid Salmonella fears.
The Food and Drug Administration says the recall now includes sauces, oils and oil blends, in addition to dry spices.
Union City, California.
The expanded recall is based on the investigation into the ongoing foodborne illness outbreak of Salmonella Rissen.
It is in addition to the recall announced last month by the company of its dry spice products.
The sauces, oils, and oil blends being recalled were distributed under the Uncle Chen and Lian How brands to retailers, wholesalers, distributors, and restaurants in the states identified to date of Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.
The products were sold in containers ranging from 6 ounces to 1 gallon in plastic or glass bottles and are used, for example, as spices and seasonings for cooking and as table top meal seasonings.
A complete list of all of the products recalled by Union International Food Co. is available here.
The company has stopped the production and distribution of these products as the FDA, the California Department of Public Health, and Union International Food Co. continue their investigations.
To date, 57 cases of illness caused by Salmonella Rissen have been reported, mostly in the western region of the country.