So, here's the deal: Salm Partners, LLC, out of Denmark, Wisconsin, is in a bit of a pickle.

They're recalling about 35,430 pounds of Johnsonville turkey kielbasa sausage because, get this, there might be bits of rubber mixed in.

Yeah, you heard that right! This news just dropped courtesy of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

Johnsonville Turkey Sausage Recall Details

These sausages, made on October 30-31, 2023, are the ones you gotta watch out for:

  • They come in 12-oz. vacuum-packed packages labeled "Johnsonville POLISH KIELBASA TURKEY."
  • Check the best-by dates, which should be "05/17/24" or "05/18/24."
  • Look for the establishment number "P-32009" on the packaging. If you see it, it's part of the recall.
  • And guess what? They've been shipped to stores all across the country.

How They Found Out

Apparently, some folks found rubber pieces in their sausage, which is not the kind of surprise anyone wants in their meal.

What You Should Do

No need to panic, but definitely don't chow down on these sausages.

If you've got 'em in your fridge, toss 'em out or take 'em back to the store where you bought 'em.

What's Next?

FSIS is on the case, doing their thing to make sure everyone knows about the recall and that these sausages disappear from store shelves.

Got Questions?

If you're scratching your head or just want to chat about this sausage saga, give Stephanie Schafer, Director of Global Corporate Communications for Johnsonville, a call at 888-556-2728 or shoot her an email at

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