June 25, 2024

Yoakum Packing Recalls Venison Sausages For Mislabeling

Yoakum Packing of Texas is recalling about 12,388 pounds of smoked venison sausage because they contain pork products that are not printed on the label. Some people may be allergic to pork or can’t eat pork for various reasons. No adverse reactions have been reported in this recall.

The fully cooked smoked venison sausage product contains beef, pork, and other nonmetal products. They were produced from May 3, 2017 through Marcy 22, 2019. The recalled product is 2.5 pounce plastic wrapped bags containing frozen sausage links of “Venison Smoked Sausage – Fully Cooked – Keep Refrigerated.” The case code is 35710 or 35712 marked on the label. The sausage has the establishment number “EST. 2216” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to distributors and retailers in Texas. The problem was discovered during routine labeling verification by FSIS.

If you cannot eat pork, do not eat these sausages. Throw them away or take them back to the place of purchase for a refund. FSIS will be conducting retail effectiveness checks to makes sure that the company is notifying its customers about this recall.

Yoakum Packing Sausage Recall

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