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Woodberry Kitchen recalls products made without proper approval

Shoo-Fly Diner
(Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Woodberry Kitchen is recalling some of its products, not because of illnesses or other health-related issues but because they were made without the proper approvals.

The recall includes certain containers of ketchup, pickled kohlrabi, pickled romanesco, pickled fish peppers and pickled cauliflower.

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"The recall was initiated after it was discovered that these products were being manufactured and sold without state licensed approval. The manufacture of these items was immediately halted until such time that approval is obtained for their manufacture," Woodberry said in a release. "Consumers who have purchased any of these products are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact Woodberry Kitchen at 410-464-8000."

The Sun reported in early October that Shoo-Fly Diner, owned by Woodberry, was temporarily shut down by the Baltimore City Health Department after it was discovered the restaurant lacked all the licensing necessary for production of its products.

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Shoo-Fly Diner and the canning operations, known as the Canning Shed, are both part of the Woodberry Kitchen restaurant group, which includes Artifact Coffee, Parts & Labor and the flagship restaurant, Woodberry Kitchen.

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