Heritage Meats and Ski's Meat Market issue recalls

Wisconsin State Farmer
The Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection announced that Heritage Meats of Butternut and Ski's Meat Market in Stevens Point issued a recalls on some of their meat products.

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection listed two recalls from Wisconsin meat processors this week.

Heritage Meats LLC in Butternut, WI, issued a voluntary Class II recall for a variety of prepared/precooked meal items, as well as a raw beef product, sold under the name Bayfield Foods South Shore Meats. The recalled products, which were sold through the Bayfield Foods Co-op, include:

  • Travis’s Famous Chili, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Ham and potato soup, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Bacon mac & cheese, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Italian lasagna , 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Pizza mac & cheese, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Charro beans, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Chicken alfredo pasta, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Beef stock, 1-lb. pkgs.
  • Sliced smoked brisket, 1-lb. pkgs.
  • Meatloaf, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Chicken and wild rice, 2-lb. pkgs.
  • Beef stir fry (raw), 1-lb. pkgs.; the labels on affected packages of this product have a Wisconsin meat inspection legend with No. 232.

This is a Class II recall resulting from evidence collected during a routine inspection by state inspectors. Evidence showed that the products were not produced under a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan as required in meat safety regulations. More information on recall classifications is available below and on the U.S. Department of Agriculture website at https://www.fsis.usda.gov.

Ski's Meat Market in Stevens Point, WI, also issued a voluntary Class II recall for a variety of its snack sticks and strips sold from the Mobil Gas Station in Rosholt, WI. This includes the following products:

  • Teriyaki Snack Sticks
  • Jalapeno Cheddar Snack
  • Beef Snack Sticks
  • Original Snack Sticks
  • Bloody Mary Snack
  • Habanero Snack
  • Garlic Snack
  • Beef Strips
  • Smoked Turkey Strips

This is a Class II recall resulting from evidence collected during a routine inspection by state inspectors. Evidence shows that the products were not produced with the benefit of inspection. More information on the recall classifications is available below and on U.S. Department of Agriculture website at https://www.fsis.usda.gov.

No illnesses have been reported as a result of consuming these products from either recall. Anyone with signs or symptoms of a foodborne illness should contact their doctor. Consumers who have any of these products should return them to Heritage Meats LLC  or Ski's Meat Market. Consumers with questions about this recall can contact Travis Pydo, owner of Heritage Meats LLC, at (715) 360-3427 orDave Tuskowski, Ski's Meat Market owner at (715) 344-8484.