USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) commissioned Texas Meat Packers at Fort Worth without inspection personnel being present last Saturday (March 24), which announced today (March 31) a recall of Beef products resulted. FSIS discovered the operation on Friday (March 30) by reviewing the records of Texas Meat Packers

Owned by PFP Enterprises LLC, Texas, Meat Packers has recalled approximately 7,146 pounds of raw beef products produced without the benefit of federal covenant and were packed inspection, according to the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the US Department of Agriculture

The frozen and fresh beef pieces were sold on 23-24. March 201

8 manufactured. The following products need to be recalled:

  • 5-lb. vacuum-packed freezer packs of "BEEF ROCK DICED FOR TACOS", with a case number of 1470 in the upper left corner of the label and a packaging date of 24.03.18.
  • 5-lb. vacuum-packed freezer packs from "PRESEASONED BEEF FOR FAJITAS" with the code no. 36989 in the upper left corner of the label and a packaging date of 24.03.18 and an expiration date of 23.03. 19.
  • Different weights of vacuum-packed packages of fresh "USDA CHOICE ANGUS BEEF, FAJITA SAISONED STEAK, BEEF STEAK FOR FAJITAS", a packaging date of 23.03.18 and 24.03.18, a use or freezing date 18/04/18 and a Article code 567248261 in the upper left corner of the case label. Different weights of vacuum-packed packages fresh "USDA CHOICE ANGUS, FAJITA SAISONED STRIPS, BLANK STRIPES FOR FAJITAS," a packaging date of 24.03.18 and a use or expiration date of 18.04.18 and an article code 567248253 in the upper left corner of case label.

The recalled products bear the company number "EST 34715" within the USDA certification mark. These items were shipped to institutional and retail locations in Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Wisconsin.

The recalled beef has not made anyone sick. Anyone worried about a reaction should contact a healthcare provider.

FSIS fears that a product can be frozen and stored in consumer freezers. Consumers who have bought these products should not consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to confirm that companies are informing their customers about the recall and that steps are being taken to ensure that the product is no longer available to consumers. If available, the retail distribution list (s) will be posted on the FSIS website.

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