The USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service found listeria in a sample of jerky prompting a recall of 1,634 pounds of jerky products in eight states.
According to the USDA recall notice, Boyd Specialties out of Colton, California made 15 different flavors of the jerky on Feb. 23 for several different companies, including: Arrow’s Native Foods; Bacon Mamma Jamma; Classy Cow Beef Jerky; Durbin Farms Market; Gold Mine Jerky; Hadley Gourmet; Humboldt Jerky; Jerked Out; Killer; MI Jerky; Old South; One Supply; Ranchview Jerky; Rebel’s Rock Ridge; Smokehouse Jerky; Texas Family Jerky; 2 Broke Bartenders; and The Village Sweet Shoppe.
The USDA posted a full list of the recalled jerky. They have “EST. 40269” inside the USDA mark of inspection and were sold in Texas, California, North Carolina, Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
If you or a loved one has suffered losses due to ingesting these, or any contaminated product, you may be entitled to compensation. To learn more, contact the attorneys at Breslin and Breslin today.