Walmart recalls more than 6,000 pounds of meat

Walmart recalls more than 6,000 pounds of meat

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Due to salmonella concerns, Walmart has recalled more than 6,000 pounds of meat. 

The products in question are the Great Value original breakfast turkey patties (24.92oz with a use-by date of 10/24/2019), Great Value fully cooked original pork sausage patties (35.6oz with use-by dates of 11/05/19 and 11/03/19) and Great Value original pork sausage patties (24.9oz with a use-by date of 10/16/19). 

All of the sausage came from George's Prepared Foods, who voluntarily recalled the meat. 

"George’s contacted the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Services (USDA-FSIS) to assist in conducting a Class 1 voluntary recall of the product as a small quantity of products tested positive for Salmonella at its Caryville, Tennessee facility," a statement from the company said. 

So far, no one has gotten sick from the products in question and those who have purchased the Great Value sausage can return the unopened packages for a full refund. 

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