Land O’Frost Recalls Almost 5,000 Pounds of Ham Due to Improper Package Labeling
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Is it Ham… or Turkey Breast? 🤔
Land O’Frost Inc. is recalling almost 5,000 pounds of ham products because of incorrect package labeling. There have not been any confirmed reports of adverse reactions related to these products.
The issue, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, is that the front of select packages of ham is accurately labeled as Black Forest Ham, BUT the back of the packages are incorrectly labeled as Honey Smoked Turkey Breast, leading to confusion and unreliability.
The following Land O’Frost Ham products are being recalled:
- 1-lb. plastic gas-flushed resealable packages containing a single ham labeled “Land O’Frost PREMIUM Old World Style Black Forest Ham” with Lot 8117D and a sell-by date of August 10th, 2018 on the label.
Have questions about this recall? Contact Dar Gautreaux, the administrative assistant at Land O’Frost, at 1-800-762-9865.