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Posted: January 10, 2019

Daisyfield sausage recalled due to possible rubber contamination

The Biggest Product Recalls in US History

By WPXI.com

WASHINGTON —

An Ohio company is recalling nearly 2,000 pounds of raw pork sausage products that may be contaminated with rubber, the USDA announced Wednesday.

The products fall under the Daisyfield brand and were distributed by J. H. Routh Packing Co. in Sandusky, Ohio. The products were shipped to Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania before the problem was discovered on Jan. 7.

>> On USDA.gov: See the labels of the recalled products here

There have been no confirmed reports of illnesses or reactions to the product, but, as a precaution, customers are being asked to return or throw away the products.

The raw ground pork bulk and link sausage items were produced from Jan. 1 to Jan. 4. The following products are subject to recall: 

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  • 5-pound plastic packages containing loose, bulk “Daisyfield Brand FRESH PORK SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound paper-lined cardboard packages containing large link “Daisyfield Brand FRESH PORK SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound paper-lined cardboard packages containing country-style rope “Daisyfield Brand FRESH PORK SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound paper-lined cardboard packages containing small, breakfast-style link “Daisyfield Brand FRESH PORK SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound plastic packages containing loose, bulk “Daisyfield Brand ITALIAN SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound paper-lined cardboard packages containing large link “Daisyfield Brand ITALIAN SAUSAGE” links with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.
  • 5-pound paper-lined cardboard packages containing country-style rope “Daisyfield Brand ITALIAN SAUSAGE” links with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.

The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 818” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

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Daisyfield sausage recalled due to possible rubber contamination

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Daisyfield sausage recalled due to possible rubber contamination

An Ohio company is recalling nearly 2,000 pounds of raw pork sausage products that may be contaminated with rubber, the USDA announced Wednesday.

11,664 pounds chicken, pork sausages recalled over possible metal fragments  

The Alabama-based R.L. Zeigler Co. Inc. is recalling more than 11,500 pounds of poultry and meat sausages over possible contamination with metal fragments.

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The recall affects red-hot chicken and pork products produced on Nov. 29.

Customers reported finding metal material in the meat products on Dec. 13 and Dec. 27, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture

The specific products under recall are:

24-ounce plastic packages containing approximately nine links of “Zeigler a Tradition of Great Taste Red Hots” with a use-by date of Jan. 24, 2019.

24-ounce plastic packages containing approximately nine links of “Extra Hot Zeigler A Tradition of Great Taste Red Hots” with a use-by date of Jan. 24, 2019.

There have been no confirmed reports of injury or illness so far, USDA officials said.

>> Related: Del Monte recalling more than 64,000 cases of Fiesta Corn in 25 states

The agency is concerned, however, that some consumers could have these products in their freezers and is urging people to check. The meat products should be thrown away or returned to the store where they were bought.

29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean sausage links recalled over possible metal fragments

Kentucky-based CTI Foods LLC is recalling 29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean frozen sausage links over fears of contamination with extraneous material, especially pieces of metal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Monday.

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The problems were discovered on Dec. 10 after five consumer complaints about metal pieces found in Jimmy Dean frozen, ready-to-eat sausages.

The recall affects 23.4 ounce pouches of “Jimmy Dean Heat n’ Serve Original Sausage Links Made with Pork & Turkey,” according to the USDA.

The sausage links were produced on Aug. 4, 2018. The USDA said no one has suffered any injuries, but the agency is urging any consumers who may have bought the potentially contaminated links to either return them to the store where they bought them or throw them out.

>> Related: Nearly 100,000 pounds of ground beef recalled over E. coli fears just before Thanksgiving

Anyone with questions can contact the Jimmy Dean customer service line at 855-382-3101.

USDA: Nearly 50,000 pounds of Bob Evans sausage links recalled 

Nearly 50,000 pounds of pork sausage link products are being recalled by Ohio-based Bob Evans Farms, Inc., the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said Thursday. 

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In a statement, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said that Bob Evans is recalling 46,734 pounds of pork sausage because it may be contaminated by pieces of hard plastic.

The five items that are being recalled were produced Aug. 1, according to the statement.

These are the products being recalled:

  • 12-ounce overwrap trays labeled “Bob Evans Maple Pork Sausage Links.” These products contain a “use by” date of Oct. 16, 2018 or Oct. 19, 2018, and Lot Code of 8213.

  • 12-ounce overwrap trays labeled “Bob Evans Brown Sugar & Honey.” These products contain a “use by” date of Oct. 16, 2018, and Lot Code of 8213.

  • 12-ounce overwrap trays labeled “Fresh From Meijer Maple Flavored Sausage Links.” These products contain a “use by” date of Sept. 06, 2018, and Lot Code of 8213.

  • 12-ounce overwrap trays labeled “Giant Eagle Maple Pork Breakfast Links Caramel Color Added.” These products contain a “use by” date of Sept. 10, 2018, and Lot Code of 8213.

  • 12-ounce overwrap trays labeled “Schnucks Maple Recipe Breakfast Sausage.” These products contain a Lot Code of 8213.

The affected products were shipped to retail locations in Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin, the U.S Department of Agriculture said. 

 
 

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