Foreign Matter Contamination Prompts Recall of Sausage

January 10, 2019

 

Wednesday, January 9, J.H. Routh Packing Co., announced they are recalling approximately 1,719 pounds of raw pork sausage products that may be contaminated with rubber materials.

 

The products under recall were produced from January 1 through January 4, 2019 and were distributed to retail locations in Kentucky, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

 

As of the writing of this article, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) does not have a list available identifying the specific retail locations which received the affected products.

 

The products subject to the recall are:

  • 5-lb. plastic packages containing loose, bulk “Daisyfield Brand FRESH PORK SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.

  • 5-lb. 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-lb. 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-lb. 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-lb. plastic packages containing loose, bulk “Daisyfield Brand ITALIAN SAUSAGE” with production dates “010119” or “010219” or “010319” or “010419” on the label.

  • 5-lb. 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-lb. 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.

 

Each product bears establishment number “EST. 818” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

 

The company discovered the issue and notified the FSIS on January 7, 2019.

 

Consumers who have the products are being urged to not consume them. The FSIS is suggesting that the product be returned to the original store of purchase or thrown away.

 

To date, there have been no reports of adverse reactions due to consuming these products.

 

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