A meat market in Detroit Lakes is voluntarily recalling packages of turkey jerky after four people fell ill with salmonella infections.

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture joined the store, Hoffman Town & Country Meat Market, in issuing a consumer advisory about the product on Thursday.

All four patients reported eating turkey jerky before they became sick from salmonella bacteria in the first week in August, according to a statement released Thursday.

One person was hospitalized, but all have since recovered, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.

Officials said the market is recalling all of the product sold on or before Tuesday, Aug. 21.

The whole muscle turkey jerky, which was sold wrapped in white butcher paper, can be returned for a full refund.

Salmonella can cause fever, diarrhea and abdominal pain, and in some cases can be deadly.