If you have this meat in your freezer, throw it now, Usda warns

A new public health alert could affect the items you already have at home.

When potentially dangerous foods enter the market, brands can work with government agencies to protect consumers by recalling affected articles. But even if a potentially harmful product is no longer for sale, it could always hide in the kitchens or the pantry of without distrust consumers. This is the case with the last public health alert, which targets potentially contaminated packaged meat products which are no longer available forBuy in grocery stores- But that could have been in your cart after hitting the shelves. Read the rest to discover what they are, where they were sold and what you should do if you have them in your freezer right now.

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Receptions of recent food has included products from ice cream with peanut butter.

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Last month, Turkey Hill Dairy of Constoga, Pennsylvania, published arecall For some containers of its chocolate marshmallow ice cream because they could contain unsuccessful allergens. Other reminders in recent weeks include variousSkippy peanut butter, which could have containedSmall fragments of stainless steel.

If you have these raw meats at home, do not eat them, according to the new public health alert.

Organic Rancher ground beef

The Food and Inspection Security Service of the American Department of Agriculture (FSIS) has published a newpublic health alert For raw chopped beef products. The alert products were produced in April. 20. They include a biological organic beef breeder, 93% skinny and 7% fat, with a date of May of May 18; As well as the chopped beef of biological breeder, 85% lean and 15% fat, with the same date of use. The two come in vacuum packages of 16 ounces.

    Since the products are no longer available for sale, the company has not launched a recall.

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    Packed meat may contain a dangerous contaminant.

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    The reason for the public health alert is that packaged meat products could contain plastic. The company discovered the problem after customers said they found hard plastic in chopped beef products. The company then alerted the FSIS to the issue.

    Fortunately, at this time, there was no confirmed relationship of disease or adverse effects due to the consumption of these products.

    Here's how to know if you've already bought one of the potentially contaminated meat.

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    Although these packaged meats are not currently available for purchase, the government agency fears that these potentially dangerous products are already in refrigerators or consumer freezers. They were shipped to Whole Foods stores throughout the country and bear the establishment number "is. 4027" within the United States brand of the Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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    And here is what to do if you have already bought the organic rancher beef products.

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    If you have one of these meat packages at home, the alert urges you not to eat them. Instead, throw them immediately or go back to the store where you bought them. If you worry about an illness, you should contact a health care provider.AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB

    Consumers with questions about this public health alert can contactAdam Bushell, quality insurance manager at NPC Processing [email protected]

    If you have food security questions, you can call the USDA meat and poultry hotline at 888-674-6854 or live cat viaAsk the USDA From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday to Friday. You can also send a question by email [email protected]

    And if you need to report a problem with any meat, poultry or egg product, theConsumer electronic complaint monitoring system is accessible online 24 hours a day.

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