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Allergen Alert: Bratwurst with Egg

Old Style Sausage of Denver, CO is recalling approximately 3,000 pounds of bratwurst distributed to restaurants in Colorado because the sausage contains egg, an allergen not declared on the package label. 

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The problem was discovered during a routine food safety assessment and may have occurred as a result of a change in ingredient formulation, according to the recall alert.

FSIS and the company said they have not received reports of adverse reactions.

The sausages being recalled are:

– 12-lb. cases of “Old Style Sausage Bratwurst German Brand Sausage”

– 12-lb. cases of “Colorado Rocky Brat Amber Beer Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Old Style Sausage Boulder Porter Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Rocky Brat 1 Colorado Rocky Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Old Style Sausage Rocky Brat II Colorado Rocky Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Old Style Sausage Rocky Brats III Colorado Rocky Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Colorado Rocky Brat Pork & Elk Bratwurst”

– 12-lb. cases of “Colorado Rocky Brat Pork & Buffalo Bratwurst”

The recalled sausages do not have a packaging date or code but may bear a label with the establishment number EST. 8126 inside the USDA mark of inspection. The sausages, produced prior to April 18, 2012, were distributed to restaurants in Colorado. 

For more information contact the company’soOwner, Michael Deborski, at 303-666-8240. 

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