The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has issued an urgent recall on a batch of smoked pork sausages produced in Cavan due to the possible presence of the sickness bug Listeria.
The notice was issued yesterday after noon (Wednesday, May 22) in respect of a ready-to-eat smoked pork sausage (use by date: 07/06/2019) which is produced by Rimantas Meats, Belturbet, Co. Cavan.
As a precautionary measure, all batches of the Rimantas Meats smoked pork sausage are being recalled.
The FSAI note that these products were mainly sold by the Belturbet Business Park-based company at food markets in the North East region.
As a result, food businesses which were supplied with the “implicated products” are now being requested to remove them from sale, and clearly display a point-of-sale notice informing consumers not to eat the products.