North Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — According to the USDA Food Safety Inspection Office, some turkey minced products under the Butterball and Kroger brands have been recalled due to potential contamination.
The recall will affect turkey minced products over £ 14,000. According to FSIS, the product “may be contaminated with foreign matter, especially blue plastic.”
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This issue was discovered when consumer complaints were made when reporting blue plastic debris embedded in some raw turkey minced meat products.
So far, there have been no confirmed reports of product consumption injuries, but FSIS is concerned that some of the turkeys may be in the consumer’s freezer or refrigerator.
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The person who bought the product As follows You are urged not to consume them. The product must be discarded or returned to the place of purchase.
The turkey minced meat in question was manufactured on September 28, 2021. The following products are subject to recall.
- 2.5 lb Case Code 50212171, sold or frozen until October 18, 2021, tray containing “BUTTERBALL All Natural Turkey Minced from Farm to Family” with a time stamp from 2123 to 2302 printed on the package.
- “Kroger GROUND TURKEY” with 3-pound case code 50211271, sold or frozen until October 17, 2021, and a tray with a time stamp from 2314 to 2351 printed on the package.
Products subject to recall will bear the establishment number “EST”. The P-7345 is within the USDA inspection mark and has been shipped to retail stores nationwide.
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Consumers with questions about recalls can contact the Butterball Consumer Hotline at 800-288-8372.
Butterball, Kroger Ground Turkey recall prompted by concerns about foreign body contamination – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
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