U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has announced that some instant noodles are being recalled. The US is recalling 50,000 pounds of Chinese-made noodle products.

The Chinese-made noodle products in question are Jin Mai Lang-brand and are being recalled because of importation rules. The FSIS announced that the recall was initiated by the Well Luck Company, Inc. out of Jersey City, New Jersey, saying that the noodles were ineligible to be imported into the United States. Federal inspectors said they do not meet product inspection or exemption requirements for poultry, beef and pork.

According to the FSIS, China’s food safety inspection system is not equivalent to the standards set for the United States by federal regulations.

The 50,000 pounds of Chinese-made noodle products being recalled have been distributed to retail establishments nationwide.

If you have questions or concerns, you can contact company coordinator Sherry Chang at 201-434-1177, extension 141.

Here is a list of the products that are subject to the instant noodles recalled.