Another meat product has been recalled for an undeclared allergen as J Bar B Foods has recalled its ready-to-eat cheddar smoked sausages. A total of 51,188 pounds of sausage have been recalled by the company for an undeclared milk allergen which did not appear on the label.

The Cheddar Smoked Sausage was incorrectly labeled as Original Smoked Sausage and was produced on Jan. 19. The affected sausage was sold in 14-ounce sealed packages labeled as H-E-B MADE IN TEXAS ORIGINAL Smoked Sausage. It has a sell by date of 5/19/19 and a lot code of LN2 90149.

The recalled sausage also has an establishment number of 7066A located inside the USDA mark of inspection. The sausage was shipped to retail locations in Texas. The sausage label can be viewed here.

J Bar B Foods discovered the labeling error when they were notified by a retail store location. An investigation determined that incorrect labels were applied to the sausage products.

Consumers should check their refrigerators and freezers for the recalled sausage and throw it away or return it to the place of purchase. Questions about the recalled sausage can be directed to Bonnie Hymen, risk coordinator at J Bar B Foods at 1-830-788-7511, ext. 271.

According to the company, who made the recall in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, no adverse reactions have been reported due to the consumption of the sausage. If consumers have concerns about an illness from the recall, they are urged to see their healthcare provider.

Smoked Sausage Recall J Bar B Foods has recalled its ready-to-eat cheddar smoked sausages for an undeclared milk allergen. Sausages get cooked early during Cox Plate Day at Moonee Valley Racecourse on Oct. 27, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. Photo: Getty Images/Michael Dodge