90,000lbs of ground beef recalled following discovery of "foreign material" in chubs

Courtesy: U.S Department of Agriculture
Courtesy: U.S Department of Agriculture

(Washington, DC) -- A nationwide distributor is recalling more than 90,000lbs of ground beef following the discovery of "foreign materials" in the products.

Tyson Fresh Meats says the recall was issued following the discovery of a reflective "mirror like" material inside chubs sold across the country. The products were produced on November 2nd and most of them have a best-by date of November 25th. Three different products are being recalled due to the discovery...

  • 5lb packages of Hill Country Ground Beef 73% lean / 27% fat chub
  • 10lb┬ápackages of Hill Country Ground Beef 73% lean / 27% fat chub
  • 5lb H-E-B Ground Chuck Ground Beef 80% lean / 20% fat chub

Pictures of the recalled product labels can be found here, and an updated list of recalls issued by the USDA can be found here.