Beef Packers Inc., based in Fresno, California, recalled 22,723 pounds of ground beef products produced on September 23, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said in a statement. The labels on the beef include the establishment number “EST. 31913,” the agency said.
The beef was repackaged at a distribution plant in Arizona, then sold under different retail brand names, the agency said. The agency’s statement did not identify brand names.
Right. We wouldn’t want to reveal brand names because that might hurt business. If only consumers had a government agency to look out for them the way corporations do.
The products were sold in Arizona and New Mexico, said Mark Klein, spokesman for Cargill Inc., which owns Beef Packers, Inc. Consumers in those states should check with stores where they purchased meat to determine if they bought the recalled beef.
Good old Cargill.