Bob Evans is recalling roughly 4,200 pounds of pork after a possible contamination of foreign material.
The FDA issued the recall stating it may be contaminated with a thin blue rubber.
The raw, pork sausages were produced on December 17, 2020 and sold to retailers in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
They feature the lot code 0352 and a “USE/FRZ BY” date of “JAN 31 21” on the label.
The products also have the establishment number “EST. 6785” printed above the date.
Consumers who have purchased the products are urged not to consume them and instead, throw them away or return them to where they were purchased.
This is the latest in a slew of recall announcements.
Earlier this week, butternut squash was recalled over Listeria contamination concerns.
A notice on the FDA website noted that the recall affected fruits purchased at Lancaster Foods, Pero Family Farms, and Publix. It was distributed in Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, DC.
Similarly, chocolate milk cartons were recalled after Hiland Dairy has announced a batch of their half-pint, 1% low fat, chocolate milk for possible contamination with food-grade sanitizer.
According to the FDA, the milk in question was produced solely at the company’s Norman, Oklahoma facility. The notice didn’t indicate exactly what the effects of ingesting the sanitizer could do other than it may “cause illness if consumed.”