The United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is recalling 527 pounds of Bob Evans' brand Beef Stroganoff Pasta due to the fact it was packaged and shipped to stores without proper USDA inspection.

How this happened isn't clear, and there's certainly a chance the product is perfectly safe to consume, however the FSIS exists to make sure that's the case and when they don't have the opportunity to do that they don't want to take the risk of someone getting ill, or worse, from the product.

The product in question is the "18-oz. sealed plastic trays containing 'Bob Evans Beef Stroganoff Pasta'," like the one pictured above, "with a USE BY date of 07/02/19 and a time-stamp ranging between the hours of 15:00 and 18:37 represented on the tray seal. They also carry "establishment number “EST. M-46062” inside the USDA mark of inspection." Check out the back of the label here.

If you have this product, do not eat it! Either throw it away, or return it to the store where you bought it for an exchange or refund.

[Source: USDA]