Smoked Meat Recalled Due To Possible Metal Contamination


Ruck’s Meat Processing is recalling beef due to possible metal contamination.

According to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Ruck’s Meat Processing, of Belle Plaine, is voluntarily recalling cured smoked beef that may be contaminated with metal fragments. The product has been removed from store shelves after a consumer found a metal fragment in a piece of cured smoked beef. The MDA, and the company have not received any reports of adverse reactions, or illness due to consumption of the product.

The cured smoked beef subject to recall has the establishment number “8921” inside the State of Minnesota mark of inspection, and a date of ”October 4th 2019” on the label.

Consumers who purchased this product should throw it away or return it to Ruck’s Meat Processing.


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