Bob Evans Farms Recalls Nearly 47,000 Pounds of Sausage

The affected meat may have clear pieces of hard plastic in them.

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Photo via Bob Evans

Photo via Bob Evans

Bob Evans Farms is recalling some of its raw pork sausage products over possible contamination.

The company is recalling nearly 47,000 pounds of sausage links after determining that they may have pieces of “clear hard plastic” in them, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. The agency said in a statement that Bob Evans Farms received consumer complaints about the plastic in its pork sausage products. So far, however, there have been no reports of “adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.”

Bob Evans Farms did not immediately respond to a Fortune request for comment on the recall.

In a statement, the USDA said that affected products have the establishment number “EST 6785” on them. It’s believed the products, listed below, were shipped to several states, including Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, N.C., Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The USDA said that if you have one of the products, you should throw them away or bring them back to the store at which you purchased them. If you’re concerned about an injury or illness after consuming them, the USDA said you should call a doctor.

Here’s the full list of affected products, including their use-by dates:

  • 12-oz overwrap trays labeled Bob Evans Maple Pork Sausage Links. They have a use-by date of of October 16, 2018 or October 19, 2018.
  • 12-oz overwrap trays labeled Bob Evans Brown Sugar & Honey. They have a use-by date of October 16, 2018.
  • 12-oz overwrap trays labeled Fresh From Meijer Maple Flavored Sausage Links. They have a use-by date of September 6, 2018.
  • 12-oz overwrap trays labeled Giant Eagle Maple Pork Breakfast Sausage Links Caramel Color Added. They have a use-by date of September 10, 2018.
  • 12-oz overwrap trays labeled Schnucks Maple Recipe Breakfast Sausage. They don’t have a use-by date listed.

This story originally appeared on Fortune.