WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Copaz Packing Corp., a Cincinnati meat-packing company, has recalled 8,400 pounds of cooked smoked sausage from grocery stores in the Cincinnati area because samples appeared to be undercooked. While a recall alert by the U.S. Department of Agriculture here said the Partridge Skinless Extra Tender Smoked Sausage made of chicken, pork and beef "could have the potential of causing serious illness if eaten," a company official stressed the recall was only a preventative ...

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