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Recall of Italian sausage products expanded

Posted January 31, 2010

Daniele International Inc. is expanding its Jan. 23 recall to include approximately 17,235 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) varieties of Italian sausage products, including salami/salame, that may be contaminated with Salmonella, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Sunday.

The products subject to recall include:

  • Packages of “Daniele Hot Sopressata Calabrese,” produced on 11/7/09, 12/16/09 and 12/18/09.
  • Packages of “Daniele Sopressata Calabrese,” produced on 12/16/09 and 12/18/09.
  • Packages of “Boar’s Head Brand Hot Sopressata Calabrese,” produced on 11/28/09, 12/9/09 and 12/14/09.

Each package bears a label with establishment number “EST. 54” inside the USDA mark of inspection and weighs approximately 3 to 3.5 pounds. These products were distributed to retail establishments nationwide.

Consumer with questions regarding the recall should call 888-345-4160.


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  • 6079 SMITH W Feb 2, 2010

    Read Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle"....Some things are better left uneaten.

  • ncmickey Feb 1, 2010

    Boars Head is usually exceptionally better than low cost deli meats....
    If they want the salami I ate back, i'll have to do #2 in a ziplock....

  • mpheels Feb 1, 2010

    "Is anything safe to eat anymore in this country?"

    Sadly, for the most part no. The animals raised for mass produced meat products sold in supermarkets are generally less healthy than animals raised on smaller farms. Large meat processing facilities are at higher risk for contamination because of the shear volume of (unhealthy) animals flowing through. Waste from these meat processing facilities then contaminants fruit/vegetable fields, which are also processed in large facilities, even further increasing the risk of cross contamination.

    As ambergail said, buy food from local providers. Even not-so-local providers are generally good if there's a real person to go with the product. Small food producers are infinitely more careful about the products they bring to market because they lose money if they're product makes someone sick. Food conglomerates don't care, a massive recall means they just lay off some poorly paid (probably undocumented) workers.

  • FromClayton Feb 1, 2010

    thats what i was thinking Nancy. It is the most expensive... looks like its made by a cheaper company anyway, so might as well just by the cheaper stuff...since it seems to be the same.

    Well at least we all learned how to save a little money from this recall.

  • Nancy Feb 1, 2010

    And Boars Head, carried at Harris Teeter and I believe Lowe's as well, is quite expensive.

  • FromClayton Feb 1, 2010

    buy local from farmers you know.

  • Caveman93 Feb 1, 2010

    Is anything safe to eat anymore in this country?