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If You Have This Meat in Your Fridge, Throw It Away Now, USDA Says

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: If you love red meat, you might want to check that the food you've got in your fridge is safe to eat this week. The United States Department of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) just announced a massive recall on a popular type of sausage, so read on to discover if you have the affected products in your fridge. And while you're cleaning out your kitchen, If You Have These Chips at Home, the FDA Says Check Them Immediately.On Jan. 21, the FSIS announced the recall of approximately 4,200 pounds of Bob Evans Italian Sausage due to potential contamination with thin pieces of blue rubber. The recalled pork sausage, which was sold at stores in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, comes in one-pound packages bearing a use/freeze by date of Jan. 31, 2021. The packaging is also marked with lot code 0352 and establishment number EST. 6785.Anyone with one of the affected packages of sausage at home is "urged not to consume them," the FSIS reports. Instead, the agency recommends throwing the recalled products away or returning them to the store from which they were purchased.Bob Evans isn't the only company that's had to pull their products from the market this winter; read on to discover which other foods have been recalled recently. And if you're purging your crisper drawer, If You Have This Vegetable in Your Fridge, the FDA Says Get Rid of It.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You Have This Meat in Your Fridge, Throw It Away Now, USDA Says

If you love red meat, you might want to check that the food you've got in your fridge is safe to eat this week. The United States Department of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) just announced a massive recall on a popular type of sausage, so read on to discover if you have the affected products in your fridge. And while you're cleaning out your kitchen, If You Have These Chips at Home, the FDA Says Check Them Immediately.

On Jan. 21, the FSIS announced the recall of approximately 4,200 pounds of Bob Evans Italian Sausage due to potential contamination with thin pieces of blue rubber. The recalled pork sausage, which was sold at stores in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, comes in one-pound packages bearing a use/freeze by date of Jan. 31, 2021. The packaging is also marked with lot code 0352 and establishment number EST. 6785.

Anyone with one of the affected packages of sausage at home is "urged not to consume them," the FSIS reports. Instead, the agency recommends throwing the recalled products away or returning them to the store from which they were purchased.

Bob Evans isn't the only company that's had to pull their products from the market this winter; read on to discover which other foods have been recalled recently. And if you're purging your crisper drawer, If You Have This Vegetable in Your Fridge, the FDA Says Get Rid of It.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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