In recent news, it has been said that while you're cleaning out your fridges, be sure to let the Jimmy Dean sausage go too. The sausage links are now up for recall due to metal contamination. Unfortunately, consumers have been finding metal particles in their meat and this has raised many concerns. CTI Foods has recently recalled more than 29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean heat and serve original sausage links made with pork and turkey. Should you have this product in your home and are unsure if it is one of the packs affected by this contamination, no worries. To be sure, the expiration date on the labels for the contaminated bulk shows January 31, 2019, with the case code A6382168. Feel free to follow up with what to do if you have this product by clicking the link below. There, are the directions for discarding and/or returning the product.
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