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If you have any of this meat in your fridge, throw it out immediately

The FSIS explained in a press release that it’s not issuing a recall on the products because it has not identified a specific contaminated lot or lots. Also, the FSIS believes that retail consumers can no longer purchase the salame product in stores. The problem, of course, is that some of the contaminated products may have already been sold.

The salame sticks that were potentially contaminated with Salmonella come from Euro Foods. They were produced before October 25th and arrived in packaging with labels you can view at this link:

2-oz packages containing Citterio “Premium Italian-Style Salame Sticks ALL NATURAL” with “best by” dates up to January 23, 2022, located next to the barcode.

Euro Foods delivered the salame sticks nationwide and exported them to Bermuda, the FSIS explains.

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