About 2,609 pounds of fully cooked, ready-to-eat smoked turkey breast products sold by New Braunfels Smokehouse of New Braunfels, Texas, because they may be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. The organism can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, or people with weakened immune systems.
The products subject to recall include:
-1-pound packages of New Braunfels Smokehouse Sliced Smoked Turkey with package code 2210 on the label.
-4- to 6-pound packages of New Braunfels Honey-Glazed Spiral Sliced Smokehouse Hickory Smoked Boneless Breast of Turkey with package code 2180.
-4- to 6-pound whole breast packages of Stegall Boneless Hickory Smoked Turkey Breast with package code 2210.
-4- to 6-pound whole breast packages of Stegall Spiral Sliced Hickory Smoked Turkey Breast with package code 2180 or 2210.
The turkey items were produced Aug. 4 and distributed nationwide. Consumers with questions about the recall should contact the company at 800-537-6932.
(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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