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The boards were made on Oct. 30 and were shipped to Sam’s Clubs in Illinois, Georgia, Ohio, Minnesota, and other states.

Sam’s Club vendor of charcuterie board recalls 11,000 pounds of product

Sampler tests positive for salmonella in Minnesota

A day after the Minnesota Department of Health found a ready-to-eat charcuterie board sold at a Sam’s Club in the house of someone who had fallen ill, the manufacturer of the product has issued a recall, reports CBS news.

Fratelli Beretta USA Inc., which makes Busetto brand charcuterie samplers, has recalled over 11,000 pounds of charcuterie boards due to a possible salmonella contamination. The boards were made on Oct. 30, 2023, and were shipped to Sam’s Clubs in Illinois, Georgia, Ohio, Minnesota, and other states.

Sam’s Club is offering a refund for those purchases.

A warning about a possible salmonella contamination was made by health officials in Minnesota after the state’s Department of Health tested an unopened sampler at the home of a person who fell ill. The results came back positive for salmonella.

The three-meat sampler contained prosciutto, sweet sopressata, and dry coppa, but Minnesota health officials do not know which meat was tainted.

 

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