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Over 3,000 pounds of hot dogs shipped throughout Ohio have been recalled

Over 3,000 pounds of hot dogs shipped throughout Ohio have been recalled

Jack McLaughlin

If you’re going to throw some hot dogs on the grill tomorrow, you may want to check the package first.

According to a US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service recall announcement issued yesterday, 3,204 pounds of fully-cooked hot dogs were recalled by Perdue Premium Meat Company due to “misbranding and an undisclosed allergen.”

The hot dogs were produced in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, and shipped throughout Ohio, although the announcement does not specify which cities.


According to the USDA, a customer reported receiving vacuum-sealed packages labeled as beef wieners that were found to contain smoked sausages instead.

USDA notes that the smoked sausage contains milk, which is an allergen not listed on the beef hot dog label.

The USDA posted a photo of the recalled product’s labeling with marked indicators that you can see here. The labels were also described as follows:

2-lbs. vacuum-sealed packages labeled “BROOKSIDE BRAND FULLY COOKED NATURAL CASING BEEF WIENERS” with the lot code 3121, case code 07658, and sell by date of 8/1/23.

The hot dogs will have “EST 10125” displayed inside the USDA mark of inspection on the packaging as well.

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