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Texas beef company recalls more than 60,000 pounds of products

Kane Beef (Source: kanebeef.com) Kane Beef (Source: kanebeef.com)
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX (KAUZ) -

A Texas beef company has recalled a number of their products.

Kane Beef, based in  Corpus Christi, Texas, has initiated a recall on more than 60,000 pounds of beef.

The affected products were traced to a single retailer in Texas.

In a release the company said, they learned of the possible presence of foreign objects in their products from a single consumer complaint. In the complaint, the consumer claimed that they found a small piece of metal in the ground beef package.

No other injuries or illness have been reported.

Here is a full list of recalled products:

•3 lb. packages of "Hill Country Fare Ground Beef", "73% Lean, 27% Fat", bearing the establishment number "337" and a use by date of 8/15/2016.


•5 lb. packages of "Hill Country Fare Ground Beef", "73% Lean, 27% Fat", bearing the establishment number "337" and a use by date of 8/15/2016.


•10 lb. packages of "Hill Country Fare Ground Beef", "73% Lean, 27% Fat", bearing the establishment number "337" and a use by date of 8/15/2016.

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