Three Texas stores recall meat products
Three food companies in Texas have recently issued a recall for their meat products, according to WFAA on December 28.
Among the 46,000 pounds of chicken and beef products manufactured by J&B Sausage Co. which were recalled due to “misbranding and undeclared allergens,” include:
- 5-lb packages of fully cooked Chefs-In-A-Bag chicken taco filling;
- 1-lb packages of fully cooked Texas-style beef chili no beans;
- 1-lb packages of fully cooked Taqueria-style picadillo seasoned ground beef with potatoes, onion, tomatoes, and peppers;
- And 1-lb packages of fully cooked carne guisada seasoned beef in gravy.
The United States Food and Drug Administration has yet to receive reports of people being harmed due to the consumption of these products; the primary concern was that these products may contain peanuts, although they are not labeled.
Garcia Foods recalled more than 190,000 pounds of pork which include:
- 12-oz. raw pork sausage link pieces of Hill County Fare Chorizo;
- And 8-oz. raw pork sausage chubs of Hill County Fare Chorizo.
H-E-B Meat Center issued a recall for more than 83,000 pounds of meat products which include:
- Random weight vacuum-packed clear packages containing pork chorizo;
- Random weight clear covered trays of H-E-B Mi Comida Pork Chorizo;
- And random weight vacuum-packed clear packages of seasoned Mexican-style pork for carne al pastor.
Our attorneys at the Chris Mayo Law Firm in San Antonio believe that all companies, including food suppliers, should be held fully accountable when their products cause injury to innocent victims. Call our offices at (210) 999-9999 today to learn more.