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Where To Buy Zeigler Sausage


Alabama-based meat company R.L. Zeigler has recalled nearly six tons of chicken and pork hot sausages amid concerns that some may have been contaminated with pieces of metal, officials said in a press release.




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The company was founded in 1927 after R. L. Zeigler outgrew his facilities for making pork sausage in his supermarket and opened a meat packing plant in Bessemer. During the 1930s the company sponsored a "Three Little Pigs" vocal trio on WAPI-AM. Zeigler produced the first vacuum-packed lunch meats sold in Alabama.


R.L. Zeigler was founded by Rebel Louis Zeigler and tradition has been a matter of quality and commitment ever since. When Rebel Zeigler bought his first grocery store in the early 1920s in Bessemer, Alabama, people came from all over to buy his homemade fresh pork sausage. When his pork sausage operation outgrew the store in 1927, he incorporated and opened his first packing plant in Bessemer, enabling him to increase the production of his prize-winning sausage. Mr. Zeigler introduced the first vacuum-packed lunchmeat in Alabama, an innovation that paved the road to meat packaging principles used today.


The ready-to-eat red hot chicken and pork sausages were produced on Nov. 29, 2018 and have a use-by date of Jan. 24, 2019. Each package is 24 ounces and contains nine sausage links. Both the red hots and extra hot sausages are involved in the recall.


If you have any of these sausages in your fridge or freezer, FSIS says to throw them away or return them to the place of purchase. If you consumed the product and are concerned about an injury or illness, you should contact a healthcare provider.


This is the second recall of sausages this month over concerns about metal. Jimmy Dean first recalled 29,000 pounds of frozen ready-to-eat pork and poultry sausage products on Dec. 10 when their customers also contacted them after finding metal in the sausage.


Another product recall to let you know about. According to the USDA, R. L. Zeigler Co., Inc. is recalling approximately 11,664 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) poultry and meat sausage products, named as " Red Hots" that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically metal.


The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service said it's concerned some of the sausages may be in consumers' refrigerators or freezers and is advising people who have the sausages anywhere in their homes to throw them out or return them to the store where the food was purchased.


The USDA has announced that Selma-based R. L. Zeigler Company is recalling approximately 11,664 pounds of ready-to-eat poultry and meat sausage products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically metal.


R. L. Zeigler was alerted to the issue after two customers complained after receiving contaminated products in December. So far, there have not been any confirmed reports of illnesses or adverse reactions to the sausages.


Earlier in December, CTI Foods LLC recalled roughly 29,028 pounds of Jimmy Dean sausage links over concerns they may contain pieces of metal. The US Department of Agriculture discovered the problem with the Jimmy Dean sausages when it was notified that CTI Foods had received five complaints from people regarding metal pieces in the sausage links.


The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service has encouraged customers who purchased either of the recalled sausage items to throw the product away immediately or return it to the store where it was purchased.


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As usual, I took this as a lesson learned from life: measuring the wrong thing (as in tracking the label) may provide good stats, but it might not have anything to do with achieving the business goal (delivering the books). Engage the WORL&D! is available at Amazon, or somewhere in a distant USPS facility.


Truth be told, there's not really a lot of behind the scenes footage in the video, but Loon talks a lot about their focus on creating products that are safe for the environment but that also actually work. Green products that are more than just marketing, in other words. They also want you to know that they like to cook sausages. Check it out below, it's worth a quick view.


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