If you bought this meat, throw it out right now
Food recalls can be complicated. When a product is recalled it’s often not necessarily the fault of the manufacturer itself, but rather an ingredient supplier somewhere down the line that didn’t do what they were supposed to do. In a new recall posted by the Food Safety & Inspection Service, which is part of the United States Department of Agriculture, roughly 6,000 pounds of sausage produced in New York had been deemed unfit for human consumption, but not because the manufacturer, Milan Provisions, did anything out of the ordinary.
According to the recall notice, the sausage is recalled due to pork from a supplier that failed to get its product inspected by the USDA. Since that pork was used in the making of the sausage, that product has now been recalled. The sausage, which is described as “heat-treated, not fully cooked, not shelf stable,” was produced between April 13, 2021, and April 16, 2021.
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