Customer Action: Return products to the store for a refund.
Company Contact: Consumers with questions may call Central Foods at 201-533-0710.
Please look for the Non-GMO Project seal on packaging to ensure that the product you are purchasing is Non-GMO Project Verified.
Product: JP O’Reilly’s Pub Burger –UPC –851927-00431 Reason: Central Foods is voluntarily recalling JP O’Reilly’s Pub Burgers because the burgers in the box may contain JP O’Reilly’s Bacon Cheddar Beef Patties.The burgers contain milk, in the form of cheddar cheese, an allergen that was not declared on the ingredient panel. No illnesses have been associated with this product, but people who are allergic to milk run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.We are also one of the most popular banquet halls in the city, catering for meetings, weddings and receptions. Visit Il Centro and discover our wealth of services and our breadth of activities. Due to production schedules and inventory back stock, there may be product in circulation that has been produced prior to a product achieving verification.Learn how long foods stay fresh in the pantry, and you'll know just how much to stock up on, and when it's time to replace key ingredients like baking powder and spices.
The following chart lists the shelf life of common pantry staples.
Sommelier and Proprietor Caitlin Suemnicht and Wine Steward Adam Schepker bring their extensive experience and wine expertise to Cento, where they have selected an Italian-focused wine list featuring over 150 bottles, with over 20 poured by the glass.
Whether you are coming in for a glass of wine and a pizza, or our 5-course kitchen table menu, we promise to provide you with an exceptional dining experience.
Enjoy delicious, high quality Italian food products that are handcrafted daily by our talented in house chefs.
No need to sacrifice quality for time when you can have both with our countless take out options available today.
Translating to “100” in Italian, the significance behind Cento’s name (pronounced Chento), lies in our location – the bustling 100 block of downtown Madison, on the corner of Mifflin and Fairchild.