West Michigan Company Recalling Six Thousand Pounds Of Ham

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Byron Center meats is recalling different packages of “seven sons family farms and company”, heffron farms, and byron center meats brands. The hams are fully cooked but do not have a safety plan in place to prevent listeria. the meat will have an “e-s-t 2-5-9-2” code within the U-S-D-A mark of inspection. The hams were sold in Michigan.

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4 comments

  • tim

    is listeria mad cow disease? if so why not tell the news in a way that most people understand. kinda like reporting a story about the police getting involved with a man accidentally shooting himself in the hand. what were they looking to charge him with? or were they there looking for trouble? couldn't find that story on here now though. i hope people start watching all news with a more sceptical mind or we are screwed.

  • Guest

    Listeriosis is a serious disease for humans; the overt form of the disease has a mortality rate of about 20 percent. The two main clinical manifestations are sepsis and meningitis.

    Yeah "tim" let's crack jokes about it. Because who doesn't want meningitis or sepsis?