June 30, 2009: Cervelat Sausage Recall

On June 24, 2009, Laxson Provision Company, San Antonio, Texas, announced a recall of 350 pounds of cervelat sausage [a dry sausage made with beef and pork].  While there have been no reported illnesses, Laxson has stated that the sausage may be undercooked.  ...

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Listed below are the details of which products have been recalled. 

3 - 3.5-pound vacuum packed chubs of "Ready to Eat Laxson Quality Meat Products CERVELAT." Each label bears the lot number "8952" and the date of production "Produced June 0809" as well as the establishment number "EST-13342" inside the USDA mark of inspection. 

Each case contains twelve (12) 3 - 3.5-pound chubs per box, which can be identified by the lot number "8952" and the item number "12053." The product was produced on June 8, 2009 and packaged on June 9, 2009. The product distribution is limited to small grocers in the San Antonio area.  

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