A Springfield, New Jersey firm has recalled a chicken sausage product that may contain small pieces of plastic.
Schmalz's European Provisions is recalling approximately 8,424 pounds of chicken and apple sausage, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Wednesday.
The recall includes:
- 12 oz. vacuum packages of "Applegate Organics Chicken and Apple Sausage" with "Use or Freeze By 03/17/13" on each package.
The recalled product includes the establishment number "P-5411" inside the USDA mark of inspection.
The USDA says the products were produced on January 24 and were made available in retail stores nationwide and through limited Internet sales in New Jersey. Three complaints from customers prompted the recall. The USDA says no one was injured.
If you have food safety questions, you can ask them on the USDA's "Ask Karen" food safety website.
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