By Tyler Dancisin
A Nationwide recall Tuesday was triggered by consumer conplaints about metal found in a popular breakfast food.
More than 28,000 pounds of Jimmy dean sausage is being recalled nationwide.
The US Department of Agriculture says five consumer complaints of metal infused sausage triggered the recall.
The ready to eat sausage links made with turkey and pork were produced in a Tennessee factory and shipped to 21 states.
The company has advised retailers not to sell the products to consumers, although the Agriculture department says it is concerned the products in freezers may be overlooked.
The department plans to publish a list of retailers that received potentially tainted sausage.