After the Aug. 20 recall for more than 67 tons of diced chicken from Tip Top Poultry for Listeria concerns, Olympia Meats has issued a recall for pork sausage for a tree nut allergen. The recalled sausage may contain pistachios, which was not declared on the label.

The affected sausage was labeled as Mortadella Classica, but it actually may contain Mortadella Pistachio sausage products. The recalled sausage was produced on July 29 and packaged in vacuum packs with a best by date of 12-30-2019.

The recalled sausage features Olympia Provisions Mortadella Classica with Garlic and Spices on the label. It has an establishment number of EST. 39929 inside the USDA mark of inspection. The sausage was shipped to retail locations in California, Oregon, and Washington.

Labels of the recalled meat can be viewed here.

Consumers are urged to check their refrigerators and freezers for the affected sausage. It should not be consumed. The sausage should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Alexis Heimlich at 503-894-8275 or by emailing

Olympia Meats discovered the issue after a consumer complaint. The company has not received any reports of adverse reaction due to the consumption of the recalled sausage. Those that are concerned about illness or injury from the affected meat should see their healthcare provider.

Daisyfield brand pork sausages were recalled over contamination fears. In this image, a young member of the Osuna family hangs 'sobrasada' sausages during a 'fer matances', a traditional pig slaughter, in Arta on the Spanish Balearic Island of Mallorca, Spain, Dec. 8, 2018. Gettyimage/JAIME REINA