USDA recalls charcuterie meat package due to pathogen risk

Oak Hill, WV (WOAY)- We have a recall about a popular meat product sold in stores nationwide. 

The agriculture department has recalled charcuterie meat containing coppa because it could sicken people. 

Fratelli Beretta, a New Jersey-based company, produces ready-to-eat meat packages. 

The USDA issued the recall on Monday because the food was potentially under-processed and could contain pathogens. 

The packages were sold under different names and were distributed to stores such as Aldi, Publix, Costco, and Sam’s Club. 

The agency urges consumers and businesses to discard packages or return them for a refund. 

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