Busseto Charcuterie Samplers sold at Sam’s Club stores have been recalled for Salmonella. One illness in Minnesota has been confirmed and health officials are trying to determine if the product is the source of a multistate outbreak.
Fratelli Beretta USA Inc. of Mount Olive, NJ issued the recall on January 3 after being notified by health officials that the product had tested positive for Salmonella. In 2021, the company recalled 431 tons of uncured antipasto containing prosciutto, soppressata, Milano salami, and coppa. That product was linked to a 17-state Salmonella outbreak.
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Busseto Charcuterie Sampler Salmonella Recall
The recalled ready-to-eat charcuterie samplers contain prosciutto, sweet sopressata, and dry coppa.
- Sold as a twin pack with two 9-oz. packages
- Lot code L075330300
- “BEST IF USED BY APR 27 24.”
- EST. 7543B appears inside the USDA mark of inspection a
- EST. #47967” printed with the lot and date codes.
- Shipped to Sam’s Club distribution centers in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas.
One Illness Reported, Possible Link to Multistate Outbreak
The problem was discovered by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture when a product sample tested positive for Salmonella. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state public health partners to investigate whether this product is the source of a multistate Salmonella outbreak. Further testing will determine whether the Salmonella strain found in the product matches the one that has caused illnesses.
UPDATE– On January 18, this product was linked to the multistate Salmonella outbreak. On February 13, Fratelli Beretta recalled all of its products containing Coppa.