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(CNN) - More than 6,400 pounds (2,700 kilos) of frozen meat from a brand they sell at Walmart have been recalled for possible salmonella contamination.
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George's Prepared Foods, the company that produces Walmart's fully cooked frozen meat, Great Value, said the products had to be discarded after a small group of them tested positive for salmonella, but they were accidentally shipped nationwide.
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The following products are subject to recall, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service:
Frozen Great Value Pork Sausage Burger Meats, 24.92 oz.
Expiry Date: 10/16/19
Lot code: 1091971894
Fully cooked frozen turkey burgers for breakfast at Great Value, 24.92 oz.
Expiry Date: 10/24/19
Lot code: 1171971897
Family-size meats of fully cooked original pork sausages from Great Value, 35.6 oz.
Expiration dates: 11/03/19 and 11/05/19
Lot code: 1271972894 and 1291972894
The numbers "EST. M2206T ”or“ P-2260T ”are printed on the packaging of the recalled products.
No illnesses have been reported yet, but George's and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) urge consumers to discard or return products recalled.
Salmonella symptoms occur 12 to 72 hours after eating a contaminated product. The most common symptoms include diarrhea, fever and cramps, which usually last up to a week, the USDA said.
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