December 3, 2016

Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon Recalled for Premature Spoilage

Kraft Heinz Food Company is recalling 2,068,467 pounds of turkey bacon products that may be adulterated because it may spoil before the “Best When Used By” date. Spoilage-related consumer complaints prompted the investigation. The company has received reports of illness related to the consumption of these products.

Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon RecallThe turkey bacon was produced between May 31, 2015 and August 6, 2015. All of the recalled products have the establishment number “P-9070” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped nationwide and exported to the Bahamas and St. Martin.

The product was sold as: 56 ounce cardboard boxes containing four plastic wrapped packages marked Oscar Mayer “Selects Uncured Turkey Bacon” with the plant number P-9070, the line number RS19, the UPC number 0 4470007633 0, and “Best When Used By” dates of 24 AUG 2015 through 26 OCT 2015.

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Also recalled are 36 ounce cardboard boxes (containing three plastic wrapped packages) marked Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon “Smoked Cured Turkey Chopped and Formed” with the plant number P-9070, the line number RS19, UPC number 0 7187154874 8, and “Best When Used By” dates of 28 AUG 2015 through 20 OCT 2015.

Finally, 48 ounce cardboard boxes (containing four plastic wrapped packages) marked Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon “Smoked Cured Turkey Chopped and Formed” is recalled, with plant number P-9070, line number RS19, UPC number 0 7187154879 3, and “Best When Used By” dates of 3 SEPT 2015 through 30 OCT 2015.

If you purchased any of these items, do not eat them. Discard in a sealed container or return to the place where you purchased it for a full refund.

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