A California meat processor is recalling more than 8.7 million pounds of meat and meat products that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has found to be unfit for human consumption. While most of the meat went to other states, some undetermined amount that was used in Hot Pockets convenience foods were sold in Texas in Kroger grocery outlets.
This is a Class I recall, which the USDA classifies as a recall of products that pose a " health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death."
Consumers can find a the USDA news release on this recall here
, a list of the outlets where the products were sold here
and parent company Nestle USA press release
specific to Hot Pockets products that were affected.
Madison Jobe Senior Center's Silver Star News and Calendar
for March has event info, tips, helpful reminders and even nostalgia. They're now combined into one document so you can get all you need to know in one convenient download.
Madison Jobe Senior Center's Silver March Star News and Calendar
has event info, tips, helpful reminders and even nostalgia. They're now combined into one document so you can get all you need to know in one convenient download.
The Pasadena Citizens' Advisory Council invites interested residents to their upcoming meeting
, scheduled for Tuesday, February 25. PCAC will present the Annual Report on Worker Safety, with accompanying food and refreshments beginning at 5:45 P.M.
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of 5- and 25-pound bags of Uncle Ben's infused rice products that were distributed in Texas and possibly other states.