Behrmann Meat and Processing has recalled more than 87,000 pounds of ready-to-eat meat products that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, according to a release from the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). That’s already a lot of meat, but the FSIS says it expects more foods to be added to the list “in the near future”.
The inventory of recalled products is long. It is too long to list every item here, but you can see a full listing of Behrmann’s recalled items in this list. This list includes smoked pork, pulled pork, bacon strips, a wide variety of sausages and chops, cheese sticks, sausages, beef sticks, bologna, bratwurst and much more.
The products were shipped to retail stores and wholesalers in Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri.
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All of these products were produced at Behrmann from July 7 to September 9 of this year. Each of the labels includes the company number “EST 20917” in the USDA certification mark. Product labels are available on the FSIS recall page.
If you have any of these items at home, you are urged to dispose of them or return them for a refund. FSIS is also encouraging people to revisit this recall as more items are expected to be added to the list soon.
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