More than 7,000,000 pounds of hot dogs are being recalled by Bronx, New York meat processor Marathon Foods after consumers found pieces of bones in some of the products. The issue came to light last week when consumers reported to the USDA that there were small pieces of bones and cartilage mostly in Sabrett hot dogs.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture said one person suffered from a "minor oral injury" after eating one of the hot dogs. The meat in question was made between March 17th and July 4th, with a sell-by date from June 19th and October 6th.

Details are available online by searching for Marathon Foods Inc. at USDA-dot-Gov

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