185,000 Pounds of Ground Turkey Recalled Due to Salmonella

As the nation remembered the harrowing events of Sept. 11, 2001, a recall for 185,000 pounds of ground turkey produced by Cargill was issued by the U.S. Food Safety & Inspection Service. Issuing the Class I recall on Sunday, the food inspection agency claims the turkey contains Salmonella Heidelberg, the same strain that prompted a similar recall in August. The recall affects fresh ground turkey sold nationwide, including Kroger stores here in Tennessee. All of the products under this recall were produced at Cargill’s plant in Springdale, Arkansas. The original recall issued on August... Read More