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9 Million Pound Meat Recall

Montana is involved in a meat recall affecting nearly 9 million pounds of meat produced since January of 2013.

Walmart announced late last week that meat being sold in western states, including Montana, is being recalled.

The products include:

  • Fatburger 21 lb. box with a best by date of 07/08/2014
  • Great value 85/15 31-pound bag with a best by date of 10/07/2014 & prior
  • Great Value 80/20 31-pound bag with a best by date of 8/15/2014

The meat comes from Rancho Feeding Corporation and Jensen Meat in San Diego, California.

According to Jensen Meat, the voluntary recall action is not related to any contamination, and there has been no report of illness associated with consumption of these products according to the USDA.

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