Johnsonville recalls more than 95,000 pounds of jalapeño cheddar smoked sausages

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, Johnsonville Sausage is recalling 95,393 pounds of its ready-to-eat jalapeño cheddar smoked sausages "due to possible foreign matter contamination."

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The Wisconsin establishment's recalled products, according to the Friday notice, "may be contaminated with extraneous material, specifically hard green plastic."

Products at risk were produced and packaged on March 12 and March 13, contain a best-by date of June 9, 2019, and are printed with the establishment number “EST. 34224.”

While there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions linked to consumption of the recalled products, there’s “a reasonable probability that the use of this product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death.”

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Consumers who have purchased them are urged not to consume them. Instead, officials recommend throwing away the items or returning them to the place of purchase.

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, this is the second related recall issued by Johnsonville in about a year.

Last March, Johnsonville recalled approximately 110,000 pounds of the sausage for the very same reason.