Cargill Recalls 185,000 More Pounds Of Possibly Salmonella-Tainted Ground Turkey

If the name of Arkansas-based Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation sounds familiar to you, it’s probably because the company recently recalled 36 million pounds of ground turkey that may have been contaminated with salmonella. The company is back in the news for the same reason, this time announcing that 185,000 pounds of turkey could be tainted.

The USDA advises returning the turkey, which was sold at stores nationwide, to the place of purchase.

Recalled products include:

* 16 oz. (1 lb.) chubs of Fresh HEB Ground Turkey 85/15 with Use or Freeze by Dates of 09/12/2011, 09/13/2011, 09/19/2011 and 09/20/2011

*16 oz. (1 lb.) chubs of Honeysuckle White 85/15 Fresh Ground Turkey with Use or Freeze by Dates of 09/19/2011, 09/20/2011 and 09/21/2011

Fresh Ground Turkey Trays

*19.2 oz. (1.2 lb.) trays of Honeysuckle White 85/15 Ground Turkey with Use or Freeze by Dates of 09/10/2011 and 09/12/2011

*48.0 oz. (3 lb.) trays of Kroger Ground Turkey Fresh 85/15 with Use or Freeze by Dates of 09/17/2011, 09/18/2011 and 09/19/2011

*48.0 oz. (3 lbs.) trays of Honeysuckle White 85/15 Ground Turkey Family Pack with Use or Freeze by Dates of 09/11/2011, 09/12/2011, 09/13/2011, 09/15/2011, 09/17/2011 and 09/18/2011

*16 oz. (1 lb.) trays of Honeysuckle White 85/15 Ground Turkey with a Use or Freeze by Date of 09/11/2011

Fresh Ground Turkey Patties

*16.0 oz. (1 lb.) trays of Honeysuckle White Ground Turkey Patties with a Use or Freeze by Date of 09/18/2011

*16 oz. (1 lb.) trays of Kroger Ground Seasoned Turkey Patties Fresh 85/15 with a Use or Freeze by Date of 09/17/2011

The FDA recommends washing your hands with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds before and after handling raw meat. Poultry, including ground turkey, should be cooked at 165° F.

Arkansas Firm Recalls Ground Turkey Products Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination [USDA]

Previously: Company Recalls 36 Million Pounds Of Possibly Salmonella-Tainted Ground Turkey