Recall: Floor Turkey at Publix, Aldi, Weis

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Oct. Three, 2017 — A North Carolina firm is recalling 38,475 kilos of floor turkey that could be contaminated with metallic shavings, in response to the U.S. Division of Agriculture’s Meals Security and Inspection Service (FSIS).

Prestage Inc., a provider for Publix, Aldi, and Weis supermarkets, produced the bottom turkey on Sept. 25 and 26.

FSIS says it heard about the issue on Sept. 27, when somebody at one of many shops observed metallic shavings in a bundle of floor turkey and informed the company. It has not obtained any experiences of sickness or harm associated to the recall.

Merchandise within the recall embody: 

  • 1.Three-pound white plastic foam trays, with clear plastic movie protecting packages containing floor turkey labeled “Publix floor turkey breast with pure flavorings,” with ink jet printing on the facet of the trays displaying the primary 4 digits of 7268 and 7269.
  • 1.Three-pound white plastic foam trays, with clear plastic movie protecting packages containing floor turkey labeled “Publix floor turkey with pure flavorings,” with ink jet labeling on the facet of the trays displaying the primary 4 digits of 7268 and 7269.
  • 1.2-pound white plastic foam trays, with clear plastic movie protecting packages containing floor turkey labeled “Match & Energetic Contemporary Floor Turkey With Pure Flavoring,” with ink jet labeling on the facet of the trays displaying the primary 4 digits of 7268 and 7269.
  • 1.Zero-pound white plastic foam trays, with clear plastic movie protecting packages containing floor turkey labeled “Weis Markets Contemporary Floor Turkey Breast,” with ink jet labeling on the facet of the trays displaying the primary 4 digits of 7268 and 7269.

The merchandise within the recall have the institution quantity “P-22000” contained in the U.S. Division of Agriculture mark of inspection. The producer shipped the meat to distribution facilities in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

Shoppers who purchased the merchandise ought to throw them away or return them.

Shoppers with meals security questions can “Ask Karen,” the FSIS digital consultant, 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or by way of smartphone at m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free Division of Agriculture Meat and Poultry Hotline — 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) — is out there in English and Spanish and may be reached from 10 a.m. to six p.m. ET Monday by way of Friday.

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