is there a beef recall

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDS) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) advised Wednesday that thousands of pounds of ground beef sold in several states are subject to a recall thanks to E. coli concerns.

Over 6,000 pounds of raw ground beef produced by Valley Meats, LLC and more than 500 pounds manufactured by Scanga Meat Company are included in the recall after it was found meat sold in Dec. was likely contaminated.

The beef products have been distributed to restaurants and retailers in five states, prompting concerns that freezers and fridges may still have the tainted food inside. Consumer are advised to check for signs that beef products in their fridges are subject to the recall before using them.

Luckily, there have been no confirmed cases of illness linked to the recalls so far, as the contamination was discovered via routine inspection. Officials have urged average consumers and restaurants to immediately throw away or return any products included in this lot of recalls.

Approximately 6,768 pounds of raw ground beef produced by Valley Meats, LLC on December 22, 2023, have been recalled for potential E. coli contamination.

The packing of affected products has the establishment number “EST. 5712” on the USDA marks of inspection and was shipped to distributors in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan. Read the full list of recalled products.

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Luckily, there have been no confirmed cases of illness linked to the recalls so far, as the contamination was discovered via routine inspection. Officials have urged average consumers and restaurants to immediately throw away or return any products included in this lot of recalls.

The beef products have been distributed to restaurants and retailers in five states, prompting concerns that freezers and fridges may still have the tainted food inside. Consumer are advised to check for signs that beef products in their fridges are subject to the recall before using them.

Approximately 6,768 pounds of raw ground beef produced by Valley Meats, LLC on December 22, 2023, have been recalled for potential E. coli contamination.

Over 6,000 pounds of raw ground beef produced by Valley Meats, LLC and more than 500 pounds manufactured by Scanga Meat Company are included in the recall after it was found meat sold in Dec. was likely contaminated.

The packing of affected products has the establishment number “EST. 5712” on the USDA marks of inspection and was shipped to distributors in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan. Read the full list of recalled products.

Their Own Words: The 2021 Administrator’s Awards for Excellence Winners Speak Beef International Ltd (2); Kent Quality Foods Inc. (2) Kent Quality Foods Skyline Provisions, Inc. · Annual Recall Summaries · Scanga Meat Company

FAQ

What food is being recalled right now 2023?

Date
Company
Product
12/31/2023
Valley Meats, LLC
Raw Ground Beef
12/30/2023
Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition
Nutramigen Powder Infant Formula
12/28/2023
Nam & Son of MD
Soybean Sprouts
12/28/2023
The Fillo Factory, Inc.
Mini Quiches

Is it safe to eat ground beef right now?

Check the expiration date. Sell-by and expiration dates are additional guidelines for determining whether your ground beef is good. A sell-by date tells the retailer how long a product can be displayed for sale. Ground beef can be refrigerated and safely eaten up to 2 days past this date.

Is there a recall on ground beef in Texas?

Dean & Peeler Meatworks, LLC is recalling Peeler Farms WAGYU BEEF GROUND BEEF, R-C RANCH TEXAS CRAFT MEATS WAGYU RC13610 STEAKHOUSE BLEND – GROUND BEEF 5 lb., and R-C RANCH TEXAS CRAFT MEATS WAGYU RC13603 – GROUND BEEF PATTIES 8 oz., due to possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination.

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