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Hoffman Town and Country Meat Market turkey jerky linked to Salmonella Outbreak

A Consumer advisory for Hoffman Town and Country Meat Market whole-muscle turkey jerky was issued August 23, 2012.

The Minnesota Department of Health determined that there were four cases of infection with the same strain of Salmonella in Minnesota residents. All four individuals reported eating turkey jerky during the week prior to becoming ill. One resident was hospitalized and all have since recovered.

Turkey jerky recalled for Salmonella contamination

Hoffman Town and Country Meat Market issued a voluntary recall of all whole-muscle jerky products sold on or before August 21, 2012. The product was sold wrapped in white butcher paper. Consumers were told not to eat any products they may still have, but were advised to return products for a full refund.

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