If you have a package of Butterball Ground Turkey in your freezer from last year, make sure you check it to see if it's part of this recall.

According to CNN, Butterball is recalling products that were packaged 9 months ago due to the potential that they might be contaminated with Salmonella Schwarzengrund.

Being that the packages were shipped out nine months ago, it is very unlikely the products are still in retail stores. But, if you purchased these products last year and stored them in your freezer, you may have one of the following recalled products.

According to the Butterball website, the products impacted will have both the use or sell by date of July 26th, 2018. The bar codes are as follows:

  • Butterball Fresh Everyday Ground Turkey All Natural 85% Lean / 15% Fat, Tray Pack 16-ounce UPC 22655-71546
  • Butterball Fresh Everyday Ground Turkey All Natural 93% Lean / 7% Fat, Tray Pack 16-ounce UPC 22655-71561
  • Butterball Fresh Everyday Ground Turkey 85% Lean / 15% Fat, Tray Pack 48-ounce UPC 22655-71555
  • Butterball Fresh Everyday Ground Turkey All Natural 85% Lean / 15% Fat, Tray Pack 48-ounce UPC 22655-71557
  • Kroger Fresh Ground Turkey 85% Lean / 15% Fat, Tray Pack 48-ounce UPC 111141097993
  • Food Lion 15% Fat Ground Turkey with Natural Flavorings, Tray Pack 48-ounce UPC 3582609294
  • Butterball Fresh Everyday Ground Turkey All Natural 93% Lean / 7% Fat, Tray Pack 48-ounce UPC 22655-71556
  • Butterball All Natural Ground Turkey 85% Lean / 15% Fat, Tray Pack 16-ounce UPC 22655-71547

The product tested positive for the presence of Salmonella Schwarzengrund resulting in four illnesses in Wisconsin and one illness in Minnesota.

For more information on the recall visit the Butterball website by clicking here. There are also tips on the website on how to properly cook foods including turkey.

[via CNN/Butterball]