Oral injury has been reported by some people who have eaten a sausage product made in Wisconsin.

The meat processing company located in Denmark, Wisconsin recalled 133,039 pounds of ready-to-eat turkey kielbasa. Salm Partners, LLC issued the recall on Friday, January 5th. The reason for the recall was that some of the product could be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically bone fragments.

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The company notified the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service of several complaints they had received from consumers who had found pieces of bone in the kielbasa. The FSIS also independently received two consumer complaints.

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The Parkview Turkey Polska Kielbasa was distributed nationwide, and offered for sale at retailers including ALDI.

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Minor oral injury has been associated with the consumption of the product, there have been no reports of additional injury or illness from the kielbasa.

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The 13 oz plastic vacuum-sealed packages with label number P-32009 and "USE BY APR24 24 or "USE BY APRIL 27 24." The polish was produced on October 27, 2023, and October 30, 2023.

The P-32009 and use by date were printed on the front of the package.

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The Food Safety and Inspection Service's main concern is that consumers may still have these packages in their freezer. If you have a package recalled you should throw it away or return it to the place of purchase.

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