July 15, 2019

Sikorski Sausage Products Recalled For Lack of Inspection

Sikorski Sausages of London, Ontario, Canada, is recalling about 74 pounds of imported meat and poultry sausage products because they were not presented for import re-inspection when at the United States border. No confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received to date.

These ready-to-eat meat and poultry sausage products were imported on May 14, 2019. You can see the product names, best before dates, and lot codes at the USDA website.  Some of the recalled products include Garlic Sausage, Chorizo Sausage, Podhalanska BBQ Sausage, Frankfurters, Vienna Wiener, and Chicken & Turkey Sausage with Parsley. The best before dates on these products range from 2019.06.18 to 2019.06.22.

These products all have the Canadian establishment number “810” that is stamped within the Canadian mark of inspection. The sausages were shipped to a retail location in California. They were sold in varying weights behind the deli or meat counter. The problem was discovered during routine FSIS surveillance activities of imported products.

FSIS is concerned that some of these Sikorski sausage products may be in consumers’ home freezers. Check your freezer to see if you have any of these sausages in your home. If you do, through them away in a sealed package, or take them back to the store where you bought them for a full refund.

The USDA is conducting retail effectiveness checks to make sure that the recalling firm is notifying its customers of this recall. They also are making sure that the product is not available to consumers. The retail distribution list will be posted on the USDA web site if and when it is available.

Sikorski Sausage Products Recalled For Lack of Inspection

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