If you’re about to scarf down a certain frozen, personal-size prosciutto pizza — Fogetaboutit!

Table 87 Frozen, a Brooklyn, N.Y., frozen pizza purveyor is recalling about 649 pounds of its pies that contain pork, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture news release.

Table 87 produced the frozen prosciutto pizza products “without the benefit of federal inspection,” the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said.

The pizzas in question were made from April 1 through June 4, the release stated.

The following product is recalled: TABLE 87 COAL OVEN PIZZA Home Of The Coal Oven Slice Single Prosciutto; a personal-size pizza, 9.6-oz. in plastic shrink-wrapped packages with UPC 804879558286.

The pizza has been shipped to retailers and wholesalers, as well as being sold online, nationwide, the USDA said.

The issue was uncovered June 4, when the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets contacted federal officials about whether the plant was operating under a USDA Grant of Inspection, according to the release.

There have been no “confirmed” reports of the frozen pies making anyone sick. Anyone who has eaten a pizza and became ill should contact a health care provider, the release said.

“Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.”