Sabrett maker recalls over 7 million pounds of hot dogs

Nearly 7.2M pounds of hot dogs recalled, could contain bone fragments

Nearly 7.2M pounds of hot dogs recalled, could contain bone fragments

The USDA Class I recall was announced on Saturday, July 15 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

The recall includes Sabrett's brand of hot dog products, though other local and regional brands may be affected, according to the recall notice. The items that are being recalled show the establishment number "EST".

Hot dog products have been recalled by Marathon Enterprises Inc., a Bronx, N.Y. establishment, due to possible contamination with extraneous materials, specifically bone fragments.

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Consumers are urged to throw away the products or return them where they were purchased. "Sabrett is working closely with USDA to effectively communicate to its customers with regards to this recall and to assure those customers that the recalled products are no longer in stores".

The problem was discovered through FSIS' Consumer Compliant Monitoring System on July 10.

The hot dogs were available at retailers and institutional locations nationwide. The USDA reports that there's been one minor oral injury that came from the tainted hot dogs.

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Sabrett says its products are sold at retail chains in 21 states and Washington, DC, with an especially strong presence in the Northeast. "8864" inside of the USDA mark of inspection.

The FSIS tells consumers they should see their healthcare provider if they have an injury or illness concern. A full list of the products can be found here, and customers who bought the tainted product can apply for a refund here.

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