Beef Jerky Sticks Recalled Under Market Pantry Brand For Glass & Plastic
October 25, 2010 – This week, Klement Sausage Company Inc. announced that is issuing a nationwide recall for their ‘Market Pantry Beef Stick Original’ product.
Apparently, consumers who purchased the products found pieces of hard plastic and glass when they were chewing into the beef jerky sticks. Details of the recall include:
- 8 ounce package container
- Sell-by date: March 1st, 2010
- #2426B USDA Inspection Stamp
The total recall amount is approximately 2,800 pounds. Market Pantry is typically the private label of Target Stores. The products were shipped to distribution centers throughout the entire United States.
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