Texas meat production company recalls nearly 4 tons of beef

Texas meat production company recalls nearly 4 tons of beef

TEXAS A North Texas meat production company has recalled 4 tons of raw beef that were distributed without appropriate inspection.

The absence of inspection has been disclosed on Friday, 30 March. According to the information from The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Texas Meat Packers of Fort Worth distributed meat without proper control in the producing and packaging stages.

Despite the absence of complaints about the quality of meat, The USDA recommends to throw away or return to the point of purchase raw beef for tacos and fajitas that were sold with such case codes as 1470, 36989, 567248261 or 567248253.

Not-inspected fresh and frozen meat marked “EST. 34715” and produced on March 23-24, 2018 was delivered to butcher shops and supermarkets in 9 states including Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wisconsin.

In case of any doubts about the quality of the meat you have bought, contact Patterson Foods at 817-546-3561.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

Related Posts
Castle Rock restaurant owners file lawsuit against Colorado Governor and health departments
Jesse and April Arellano, the owners of C&C Breakfast & Kitchen located in Castle Rock,
US Scientist warns: don’t count on vaccine
A top US scientist has warned the world that they shouldn't count on a COVID-19
Some in White House Question the Coronavirus Death Toll Math
The United States continues its advance towards 100,000 coronavirus deaths. It is projected that they
CDC releases updated guidance for reopening US
An updated plan has been released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Former WWE star Shad Gaspard missing while swimming in Pacific Ocean
Shad Gaspard, a former WWE star, has been reported missing after being swept out to
Therapy dog gets honorary doctorate degree from Virginia Tech
The dog is known as the best friend of man, and it has proven it
Trump: ‘vaccine or no vaccine’ US will reopen
United States President Donald Trump has said that US will reopen, “vaccine or no vaccine”.
Rain disrupts Michigan capitol demonstration
Dozens of conservative protesters descended on the state capitol on Thursday. Tensions had escalated over
Republican heartlands show new Coronavirus hotspots
Republican heartland communities across multiple states are showing new coronavirus hotspots. The emergence of the
Stay-at-home orders in Los Angeles County to extend through July
Los Angeles County officials said on Tuesday that they would lift the restrictions slowly. The