Recall Alert: Sabrett Hot Dogs

July 16, 2017
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Sabrett hot dogs and sausages, as well as similar foods sold under other popular brand names, have been recalled.

The recall comes after customers reported small pieces of bone and cartilage in some of the foods, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said.

One person reported a minor mouth injury after eating one of the foods.

The brands’ parent company, New-York based Marathon Enterprises Inc., has now recalled more than 7.1 million pounds of beef and pork hot dogs, sausages and salami.

Sabrett said the recall started “after customers reported small pieces of bone and cartilage being found in these products.”

“At that time, staff immediately investigated and identified an issue that could have allowed this to occur, and an equipment installation issue was quickly addressed,” Sabrett said on the company’s website.

Sabrett says that its hot dogs and other products are for sale in stores in 21 states as well as Washington, DC.

The recall covers products with the use-by or sell-by dates between the period June 19 and October 6.

It covers certain hot dogs and sausages sold at retail outlets under the following brand names:

  •  Sabrett
  • Papaya King
  • 1906 Premium
  • Western Beef
  •  Stew Leonard’s

The recall also includes hot dogs and salami sold to restaurants and other food services under the Sabrett, Nathan’s Private Label and Katz’s Delicatessen labels.

A full list of recalled foods is on the FSIS website.

People with questions about the recall can call Sabrett at 1-800-722-7388 on weekdays, the company said.

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