Sabrett Hot Dog Recalled Because of Bones
A recall has been issued for Sabrett Hot dogs, because they may contain bones. The recall was issued on Saturday by the USDA, because of possible contamination, specifically pieces of bones that were found within the products.
Marathon Enterprises of Bronx, New York is recalling about 7, 196, 084 pounds of hot dogs. The beef and pork hot dogs were produced between March 17, 2017 and July 4, 2017. All the affected products contain the establishment number of “EST. 8854.” That is located inside the USDA mark of inspection. These hot dogs were shipped to retail outlets across the United States, but also to intuitions as well.
The problem was detected on July 10, 2017, after consumers complaints. There was one case reported of minor oral injury, otherwise there are no other reported cases of injuries.
Consumers are asked not to eat these hot dogs, either dispose of them or return them to the place of purchase for a refund. Click here for a full list of products under this recall.