Bob Evans recalls 7,500 pounds of Italian pork sausage amid complaints

By Anusha  | Date: 2022-10-27

Bob Evans recalls 7,500 pounds of Italian pork sausage amid complaints

Bob Evans Farms Foods, a subsidiary of Bob Evans Restaurants, a renowned American restaurant chain recently took a decision of recalling nearly 7,500 pounds of Italian pork sausage that were manufactured on 8th September 2022, amid rising consumer complaints.

Although the number of complaints that the company received was alarming, there have been no qualms about any serious health hazards as of now.

The U.S Department of Agriculture and the Food Safety & Inspection Service (FSIS) jointly released a statement urging people to not consume the product, out of fear that the sausage may still be lying around the refrigerators of millions of consumers.

Notably, the recall was initiated after the Ohio-based conglomerate notified the FSIS of the repeated complaints it was receiving among regular consumers of the product.

Reliable sources claim that the pork sausages may be contaminated with foreign materials which were identified after several consumers complained of finding a blue rubber material in the product.

The product which is scheduled to be recalled is a Bob Evans Italian Pork Sausage with the code XEN3663466 dated, 11/26/22 with a time stamp of between 14:43 and 15:25.

Furthermore, the FSIS has notified that the raw Italian pork sausage items bear the establishment code of EST. 6785 within the USDA mark of inspection.

Established in 1948 by American restaurateur and pork sausage marketer Robert Bob Lewis Evans, the restaurant chain quickly evolved into a company bearing the name Bob Evans Farms Inc., which further expanded into owing separate food divisions for handling the sales of its product offerings into markets around the world.

Interestingly, this is not the first recall that has been conducted by a food company, cited the inclusion of foreign materials in its product.

To cite an instance, last week Advance Pierre another Ohio-based food products company initiated a recall of around 4,137 pounds of pork loin steak fritter after it received several complaints from consumers citing the appearance of hard pieces of plastic inside the product.

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