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King's Command Foods, LLC. Recalls Beef Products Because Of Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

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The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has announced that King’s Command Foods, LLC., an establishment in Kent, Washington is expanding its recall to approximately 63,252 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials.

The FSIS has designated this a Class I Recall of High Health Risk.

On March 9, 2017, King’s Command Foods, LLC. recalled approximately 26,138 pounds of ground beef products produced on Oct. 13 and 24, 2016. The items subject to that recall include:

  • 28-lb. case bulk packages of “FULLY COOKED MEATBALLS” bearing case code 72354.
  • 28-lb. case bulk packages of “FULLY COOKED MEATBALLS” bearing case code 72355.
  • 15-lb. case packages containing 96 pieces of 2.5 oz. “FULLY COOKED SOUTHERN FRIED Beef Steak Fritter for Chicken Fried Steak” bearing case code 72559.
  • 15-lb. case packages containing 240 pieces of “FULLY COOKED COUNTRY FRIED BREADED BEEF FINGERS” bearing case code 72208.
  • 15-lb. case packages containing 60 pieces of “FULLY COOKED SOUTHERN FRIED BEEF STEAK FRITTER” bearing case code 72568.
  • 15-lb. case packages containing 80 pieces of “FULLY COOKED CHICKEN FRIED BEEF FRITTERS” bearing case code 72564.
  • 10-lb. case packages containing 40 pieces of “FULLY COOKED SOUTHERN FRIED BEEF STEAK FRITTER FOR CHICKEN FRIED STEAK” bearing case code 72206.
  • 10-lb. case packages containing 64 pieces of 2.5 oz. “FULLY COOKED Southern Style Breaded Beef Steakettes” bearing case code 74917.
  • 10-lb. case packages containing 160 pieces of 1.0 oz. “B-E-K-O FULLY COOKED COUNTRY FRIED BEEF FINGERS” bearing case code 72374.

The recall now includes 37,114 pounds of Ready-to-Eat (RTE) beef products associated with extraneous material contamination. The meatballs were produced on May 16 and 24, 2016, Aug. 11, 2016 and Oct. 5, 2016. The recalled items include:

  • 28-lb. case bulk packages of “FULLY COOKED MEATBALLS” bearing case code 72355 with packaging dates of 5-16-16, 5-24-16, 8-11-16 and 10-05-16.
  • 10-lb. case bulk packages of “FULLY COOKED Certified Angus Beef Brand MEATBALLS” bearing case code 72090.
  • 10-lb. case bulk packages of “FULLY COOKED Certified Angus Beef Brand MEATBALLS” bearing case code 72092.

The recalled products bear establishment number “EST. M1515A” inside the USDA mark of inspection. Some items were shipped to Department of Defense institutions and facilities nationwide.

The USDA said the problem was discovered when King Command Foods received several consumer complaints stating that metal objects were found in the beef products. The USDA said there have been no confirmed reports of injuries or adverse reactions due to eating these products. They suggest that anyone with concerns about illness or injury should consult a healthcare provider.

Consumers who bought these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be discarded or returned to the place of purchase.

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact the King’s Command Foods recall hotline at (800) 325-4164.

 

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Article Reference

USDA News Release

 

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