FSIS is advising consumers to purge their freezers of the affected product as the contamination is considered a high health risk. The nuggets were produced on January 10, 2019. People are warned against consuming them. That might sound rather dire, but it's worth noting that there have not been any confirmed cases of illness or injury caused by the rubber nuggets. The FSIS urges consumers not to eat the product. Officials said consumers who have bought the products and frozen them should either return or throw them away. In total, 16,011 pounds of products were recalled.
Postal Service Suspends Mail Delivery Due to Extreme Cold
Postal Service Spokeswoman, Stacy Hopwood, has not responded to multiple requests for clarification via phone call, text or email. Postal service to suspend delivery on Wednesday in Minnesota , Iowa, western Wisconsin and western IL .
For more information from the USDA on the recall, visit their website.
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