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Recall Alert: Popular Food Item Recalled After Bone Shards Found Inside

April 12, 2018

ConAgra Brands Inc. based out of Russellville, Arkansas, has issued a recall for 135,159 pounds of their Salisbury steak products following complaints. At least three consumers have reported mouth injuries after eating their products, and they hope that the recall will prevent further injuries. Unfortunately, the dish is a very beloved favorite and they hope that people will remember to check the freezer.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the Salisbury steak has been contaminated with bone shards which are dangerous if ingested.


The Salisbury steak in question was produced on March 10, 2018. It is the 27-ounce Banquet Family Style, Heat treated, not shelf stable Salisbury steak and brown gravy product. It includes shrink-wrapped packages that each contain six pieces.

The Salisbury steak is labeled “Banquet family Size 6 Salisbury Steaks and brown gravy made with chicken, pork and beef -- grill marks added.” Their lot code is 5006 8069 10 05 and has a “best by” date of Sept 01 2019.


The packages have been stamped with a USDA mark and has an establishment number of “P-115.” The items were shipped to stores worldwide.

If you have purchased any of the affected food items, please return the items to the store you purchased them from or throw them away. You should not eat the Salisbury steak as it is considered dangerous.


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