New Haven company recalls cooked meat products

NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WPTA21) – Custom Quality Meats of New Haven announced on Wednesday that it was voluntarily recalling all of the company’s cooked and heat-treated meat products sold under the label names of “Custom Quality Meats” and “Willow Lake Farms” with the mark of state inspection.

Only products with the state inspection mark — an outline of Indiana with the words “IND. INSP & PASSED BOAH EST. 72” – are affected by this recall.

It applies to:

  • All hot dog varieties:  Hot Dogs, All Beef, Cheesy, Cheesy Taco
  • All beef stick and beef stick bites varieties:  Beef Stick, Chili, Honey, Jalapeno, Maple Bacon, Pepper, Salami, Salsa & Cheese, Teriyaki
  • All summer sausage varieties:  Beef, Ham & Swiss, Jalapeno Cheese, Spicy
  • All bacon varieties:  Regular, Apple Cinnamon Flavored, Bourbon, Chipotle Lime, Coffee Crusted, Pepper, Sweet Bell Pepper & Garlic, Uncured
  • Canadian Style Bacon
  • All bratwurst
  • All hams

During a recent inspection, the company was unable to verify through record-keeping that adequate cooling was provided to ensure safety of the products during storage.

Products were know to be sold at the following Allen County locations:

  • Custom Quality Meats, 2616 Ryan Road; New Haven, Ind.
  • Custom Quality Meats, 3227 Carroll Road; Fort Wayne, Ind.
  • Teds Market; Fort Wayne, Ind.
  • Nolt’s Marketplace; Fort Wayne, Ind.
  • Custom Quality Meats’ booth at the Fort Wayne farmer’s market.

Anyone who has purchased one of the included products should destroy it or return it to the place of purchase.

 

Jonathan Shelley

Jonathan Shelley

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