Fry’s Food Store in Goodyear issues class 1 recall
PHOENIX — The Fry’s Food Store on West Yuma Road and Sarival Avenue issued a Class 1 Recall for an undetermined amount of deli meat.
The recall was issued because of a possible contamination via human blood borne pathogens. The potentially contaminated meat was sold on Aug. 8, between 6:50 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Potentially contaminated items include:
- Smoke master smoked ham
- London broil roast beef
- Oven gold skinless turkey
- Ever roast chicken breast
- Beef bologna
- Low salt deluxe ham
- No salt added oven roasted turkey
- Mesquite smoked turkey breast
- Angus roast beef
- Hickory smoked pepper turkey breast
- Wild flower honey turkey breast
- Golden brown turkey breast
- Choice corned beef
- Black forest ham
- Choice beef pastrami
- Buffalo chicken breast
- Maple ham
- Imported Polish ham
- Honey cured ham
Fry’s noticed the issue when they were conducting an internal audit of food safety procedures in the service deli Friday, Aug. 9.
No illness has been reported from the customers who purchased the contaminated meat but in a statement, Fry’s urged anyone with concerns to contact a healthcare provider.
They also said any customers who purchased the bad deli products should not consume it and return it to the store for a full refund.
Customers with questions can contact Fry’s Food Stores at 1-800-576-4377.