A public recall has been made for approximately 96,810 pounds of this beef and 30,081 pounds of pork as they could be dangerous.
Recalls are announced by safety boards to ensure the safety of every American, which is why it’s important to pay attention to any recalls in case you own any of the recalled products.
Two new listings have appeared on the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service website, and both are for meats that may not be safe to consume.
The reason for the recall is that the USDA never got to inspect the products, which could lead mean they are contaminated with bacteria or are just generally not safe for consumption.
The recall includes close to 100,000 pounds of beef (96,810) that was from China and 30,000 pounds of pork that originated in France.
The beef from China has set off some alarms because regulations are currently in place to prevent the importation of beef from China, which means that the product should’ve never made it to the US in the first place. Essentially, the company behind the beef was knowingly importing a banned product.
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240-gram cans of Monique Ranou Pate de Foie
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180-gram jars of Monique Ranou Pate de Campagne Superieur