April 8, 2020

Ben-Lee Processing Recalling Bacon and Ham

Ben-Lee Processing of Kansas is recalling ready-to-eat and heat-treated bacon and ham products that were made without a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plan, as required by law. The problem was discovered by the Kansas State Department of Agriculture. Some fully cooked products were given the mark of inspection, but the company does not have an HACCP plan, which identifies potential hazards in foods and a means of addressing those hazards.

Recall SignageThe recalled products are various weight packages of cured pork products, including country style bacon, sliced bacon, ham, sliced ham, and summer sausages. The meat is in consumer sized packages in various weights, wrapped in white butcher paper with the name and address of Ben-Lee as well as the mark of inspection and the name of the product in contrasting ink. The products have the establishment number “Est. 2366” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were made before March 14, 2013, and were distributed in northwest Kansas for further distribution.

There have not be any reports of illnesses associated with the consumption of this product. If you have questions or want more information, contact Tom Carroll, the company’s owner, at 785-626-3732.

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