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March 23, 1998

Hormel SPAM Luncheon Meat Recalled for Metal Fragments

FREMONT, NE (SafetyAlerts) -  Hormel Food Corp is recalling some of it's Hormel SPAM Luncheon Meat 25% less sodium in 12-oz cans because the product may be contaminated with metal fragments.

The product can be identified via the codes of F11207 1 NDLSS and EST 199N 0700 [last 4 digits could be 0700 to 0900].

The fragments were discovered when a distributor in Honolulu, Hawaii, ran product through metal detector.

The recalled product was only distributed at a food service outlet on Island of Oahu, Hawaii.

Questions concerning the recall may be directed to Forrest Dryden, Hormel, 507-437-5817

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