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FSIS figures out where 312 pounds of ham went – What about the National Steak and Poultry Recall?

Today the FSIS published the RETAIL CONSIGNEES FOR FSIS RECALL 068-2009. This was the recall of 312 pounds of Canadian Ham by Associated Grocers of Maine. The recall consisted of 16-ounce packages of "SUPER TRIM, Shurfine, IMPORTED, COOKED HAM, WATER ADDED, 98% FAT FREE." Each package bears the establishment number "141" inside the Canadian seal of inspection and a Sell by date of "10JA24."

The ham products were produced on November 25, 2009, and distributed to retail establishments in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.