Million Pounds of Hot Dogs Recalled Over Bone Fragments

Judith Bessette
Julho 15, 2017

Marathon Enterprises Inc. has issued a high health risk recall of 7,196,084 pounds of Sabrett hot dog products that may contain extraneous materials, such as bone fragments.

A full list of the products can be found here, and customers who bought the tainted product can apply for a refund here.

One minor oral injury associated with the consumption of the contaminated product has been reported thus far.

NY based Marathon Enterprises Inc., the brand's parent company, reported 7,196,084 pounds of beef and pork hot dogs, sausages and salami are affected, the USDA said in a release.

Consumers are urged to throw away the products or return them where they were purchased.

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

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A large recall involving hot dog products was issued Saturday. "8854" inside the USDA mark of inspection, according to a press release.

In a statement, Sabrett said that the company "deeply regrets any concern or inconvenience this has caused its loyal customers".

Sabrett hot dogs have been a fixture of the New York City area for decades, sold by street-corner vendors from pushcarts adorned with blue and yellow umbrellas.

Consumers with questions about the recall can call John Terminello, consumer relations, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.to 5:15 p.m., at 1-800-SABRETT.

Sabrett, which began making hot dogs in 1926, has two manufacturing plants and a distribution center in the Bronx.

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