July 7, 2020

Vigil’s Beef Jerky Recalled for Inspection Exemption

Vigil Beef Jerky of New Mexico is recalling about 48 pounds of beef jerky products because they were shipped with the mark of inspection when they were produced under a retail exemption. No reports of illness have been received to date.

RecallThe recalled products are 1-ounce bags of “VIGIL’S BEEF JERKY CO. ORIGINAL BEEF JERKY” with package code “8121421210” and packaging date of “8/12/14”; 3-ounce bags of “VIGIL’S BEEF JERKY CO. TERIYAKI BEEF JERKY” with package code “8271427410” and packing date “8/27/14”; and 1-ounce, 3-ounce, and 6-ounce bags of “VIGIL’S BEEF JERKY CO. JALAPENO BEEF JERKY” with package code “09021425110”  and packaging date “9/2/14”. Also recalled are 1-ounce, 3-ounce, and 6-ounce packages of “VIGIL’S BEEF JERKY CO. ORIGINAL BEEF JERKY”  with package code “09031411110” and packaging code “9/3/14”; and any VIGIL BEEF JERKY CO. product with the mark of inspection produced from August 5 – September 2, 2014, with lot codes ending in “10” plus the one lot on Sept. 3, 2014 identified above.

All products have the establishment number “EST. 34272″ inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were sold in retail establishments in New Mexico.

If you purchased these products, do not eat them. Discard or return to the place of purchase for a refund.

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