Missouri Company recalls 4012 pounds of beef
Missouri Company recalls 4012 pounds of beef

Missouri Company recalls 4012 pounds of beef

USDA officials announce that a Missouri-based meat company is recalling about 4-thousand pounds of beef because of cattle nerves which may not have been completely removed.

Dorsal root ganglia are nerves attached to the spinal cord and must be removed in the butchering process.

The meat was distributed to a Whole Foods distribution center, which distributes products throughout New England stores and various other locations.

A USDA spokesperson said: “All of these animals received full inspection, both before and after slaughter, by FSIS personnel and showed no abnormal signs or symptoms associated with BSE. Out of an abundance of caution, FSIS issued a Class II recall (a remote risk) for product that does not have paperwork showing that nerve tissue was removed. FSIS and the company have received no reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.”


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