These may look appetizing to most but to some they look like something you can hit someone else's car with. Getty Images/AFP/Greg Wood

Sikorski Sausages Co., Ltd. has recalled approximately 74 pounds of imported meat and poultry sausage that did not receive a re-inspection for entry into the U.S.

The recalled sausage was imported on May 14 and includes a variety of sausage types, which can be viewed here. Labels of the affected sausage can be viewed here.

The sausage products also have an establishment number of 810 within the Canadian mark of inspection. The recalled sausage was shipped to retail stores in California and was sold at the deli or meat counter at these locations in varying weights.

The FSIS is urging consumers to check their refrigerators or freezers for the recalled sausage. It should not be eaten. The sausage should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

The company has not received any reports of adverse reaction from the consumption of the recalled meat. Consumers that are concerned about a reaction from the sausage should see their healthcare provider.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Michael Zoltanski, customer service representative for Sikorski Sausages at 519-317-8711 or via email at

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) discovered the issue during routine surveillance activities.