If you have some ground turkey in your house, you may want to take note of this important information. According to News 10, salmonella is the cause of a recall of ground turkey from Butterball, Food Lion and Kroger.

And it's a pretty hefty amount. No, check that. It's a extremely hefty amount. Try a recall of thirty-nine tons.

That's a lot of ground turkey. A LOT of ground turkey.

If you have questions about salmonella or the symptoms of salmonella, you can find out more here at the Mayo Clinic website.

The recall involves turkey that was packaged in early July of last year, with a sell or freeze by date of late July of 2018.

The establishment number that the product was shipped throughout the country with was P7345.

As always, if you happen to have any of this ground turkey on hand, either throw it away or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.

Get more info about the recall here from News 10.