A recall was issued July 1 for several pounds of wieners suspected to not be packed correctly, according to the USDA.

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s food safety inspection service said the recall was issued due to a combination of misbranding and undeclared allergens.

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The wieners in question were produced in May and were supposed to be a beef product; however, the package may contain smoked sausage instead.

A customer who purchased what they believed to be a product of beef alerted the FSIS about the packaging and what was actually in the package. The smoked sausage contained the allergen milk, which was not noted on the packages.


When checking your products to see if they are under this recall, look for Brookside Brand Fully Cooked Natural Casing beef wieners. The lot code for these products is 3121, the case code is 07658 and August 1 is the sell-by date.

No adverse reaction or sickness has been reported from the recall. However, if you have any adverse reactions or injuries from these products, it’s recommended that you seek medical help.

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