December 15, 2021
The Michigan-based company has greatly expanded its withdrawal of meat that could be contaminated Listeria monocytogenes.
Alexander & Hornung is now withdrawing £ 2,320,774 of meat products, with an expanded list of cooked ham and pepperoni products, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced. Food Safety and Inspection Service it was said in a statement.
The first recall, released Dec. 5, was £ 234,391 cooked ham and pepperoni products.
The meat to be recalled can be identified by looking at the USDA inspection circular label. All recalled products bear the company number “EST. M10125 “, said FSIS.
People who find meat products in their refrigerators or freezers should throw them away.
The company provided extended list withdrawn products with multiple sales dates. Not all products carry the Alexander and Hornung brands. Some products are private label for retail customers.
“Affected products are withdrawn as a precautionary measure due to possible exposure Listeria monocytogenesSaid Alexander & Hornung press release. “Although there were no product-related illnesses or complaints and there is no convincing evidence that the products were contaminated at the time of shipment, the voluntary recall was initiated out of plenty of caution.”
Whole Foods is withdrawing its Wellshire Farms Fully Cooked Hams because Alexander & Hornung is a supaker for the product, news he says. Five types of Wellshire ham are withdrawn.
Consuming food contaminated with L. monocytogenes can cause listeriosis, which is more severe than listeria and is sometimes fatal. The most vulnerable groups are the elderly, people with weakened immune systems and pregnant women and their newborns, the FSIS said.
Symptoms Listeriosis includes headaches, neck stiffness, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions. Symptoms may appear immediately or weeks after eating meat.