Look Out Before You Cook Out: 372,000 Pounds Of Hot Dogs Recalled
More than 372,000 pounds of hot dogs and corn dogs from Bar-S Foods have been recalled over fears that they could contain listeria.
If you're planning a cookout in the near future, you may want to check your hot dogs before you grill.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced more than 372,000 pounds of hot dogs and corn dogs from Bar-S Foods are being recalled over listeria concerns.
The products in question were made between July 10 and 13 and shipped all over the country. Listeria can cause listeriosis, which can result in aches, fever and stomach issues.
No actual bacteria was found in the food and no illnesses have been reported, but the products were still pulled as a precaution due to the company’s past issues with listeria.
The department urged consumers who have the potentially affected items to either throw them away or return them. You can go to the USDA website to see which specific products are being recalled.
This video includes clips and images from Bar-S Foods.
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