Sam Kane Beef Processors in Texas has recalled 90,987 pounds of ground beef. The recall comes after consumers found bits of metal in the meat.

HEB grocery store's packaged beef products are included in the recall if they were packaged between Sept. 12 and 18 by Sam Kane. A USDA press release siad that the pieces of metal were said to be about 3mm, CNN's Ralph Ellis reported. The USDA also said the risk for the recall is low.

Products affected are all numbered '337' as the establishment date. These are the affected products:

 

  • Three-pound packages of HEB Ground Chuck with a production date of Sept. 12 and a use by date of Oct. 2.
  • Five-pound packages of HEB Ground Beef labeled as 73% lean and 27% fat with a production date of Sept. 15 and a use by date of Oct. 5.
  • Ten-pound packages of HEB Ground Beef labeled as 73% lean and 27% fat with a production date of Sept. 18 and a use by date of Oct. 8.
  • Ten-pound clear film packages of formed patties made from Sam Kane Beef Processors Ground Chuck with a production date of Setp. 9 and a use by date of Sept. 29.

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