Another day, another food being recalled. Although I'm not up in arms like yesterday with the ground beef recall. This time it's a Rochester's Company's Olive Loaf Products (never was a big fan). Here's what you need to know.

Zweigle’s Inc is recalling over 6-thousand pounds of ready-to-eat olive loaf pork products made between June 29 and August 27. You could have purchased some at a deli as it was shipped in 9-pound boxes containing two-half loaves of “Olive LOAF Oven Baked” with “Use By” dates of 8/22/18, 9/12/18, 9/19/18, 10/4/18 and 10/17/18 and case code 070534075225.  The product's label is marked with the number “EST. 5333”

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The recall is due to excess sodium nitrite levels as established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. While no reports of illness have been received, you're still urged to dispose of any tainted meat or return it to the site of purchase,

Get more information about the recall by contacting; Derek Annechino, quality manager of Zweigle’s Inc, at 585-546-1740, Ext 36 or visit the USDA's website.

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