ABC World News Tonight reported, “More than seven million pounds of Sabrett hot dogs” are being recalled because “they may contain bone fragments.” According to the report, “the packages were distributed nationwide and have the number 8854 inside the USDA inspection mark.” The AP reported “the recall affects beef and pork hot dogs and sausages produced on various dates between March 17 and July 4.” Newsday (NY) reported “the affected items have sell-by dates ranging from June 19 to October 6.” Reuters reported the USDA issued a “Class 1 recall,” meaning it “considers the meat to be a health hazard that presents a ‘reasonable probability’ of causing ‘serious, adverse health consequences or death,’ if consumed, according to its statement.” Newsweek reported “only one person has received minor mouth injuries from the hot dogs,” and Sabrett’s website said the company “was voluntarily recalling its items out of an abundance of caution.”
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