Meat Recall From Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods in Amarillo is recalling 94,000 pounds of meat on November 2nd. 

The U.S. Department of agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced possible contamination from “extraneous materials,” primarily a mirror-like material. 

There have been no confirmed instances of people getting sick from this meat.

The recall includes 10 and 5-pound chubs containing “Hill Country Fare Ground Beef 73% lean” and 27% fat, and 5-pound chubs containing ”H-E-B ground Chuck beef 80%lean and 20% fat.”

Anyone who has purchased this meat is advised to throw it out, return them to the store, and not eat it. 

Questions can be asked at 1-855-382-3101.

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