According to the information shared by the United States Department of Agriculture, Kent Quality Foods is going to recall sausage products. The company suspects foreign contaminants in the shipped products, and that is why they are recalling the products from American markets. The United States Department of Agriculture quoted 48,681 pounds of sausage and meatball products that are in the queue for being recalled. The ready-to-eat polish sausages are one of the most popular products from Kent Quality Foods in the United States of America.
The United States Department of Agriculture claimed that the ready-to-eat polish sausages have foreign contaminants, mostly the pink rubber particles. The contaminant makes the food inedible for human consumption. The packages manufactured between June 17, 2019, and June 20, 2019, are subjected to recall as they are contaminated. The products have EST 5694 printed as the Establishment number and sold to the retail stores in Utah and California. On July 17, 2019, and July 18, 2019, the company received two different complaints of external contaminants in the “TETON WATERS RANCH COOKED UNCURED POLISH SAUSAGE MADE WITH BEEF” product. Upon receiving the complaint, the claims were verified, and the decision of recalling the products was made.
The food safety and inspection service of the USDA asked the customers not to consume the said product. Also, most of the retail stores are informed to send the product back to Kent Quality food. Thankfully, no adverse effects are noticed due to the consumption of contaminated food. But the company is advising customers to contact the healthcare service provider in case of any medical emergency due to the use of its product. USDA is urging the customers who have the products in the refrigerator not to consume it or return the same to the stores.