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Tyson recalls more than 93,000 pounds of ground beef sold in Texas

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More than 93,000 pounds of ground beef has been recalled by Tyson Fresh Meats after customers reported finding bits of “mirror-like” material in the meat.

The recalled products were sold in Texas supermarkets. They were sold in chubs, a kind of cylindrical container in the shape of a very thick sausage, and bear the number EST. 245E on the seam, the Agriculture Department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said in the recall notice published Wednesday.

The products have an expiration date of November 25, and the FSIS advised customers who have the products in their fridge or freezer to throw them away or return them. The material found in the beef was reflective and hard, the FSIS and Tyson said.

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No one had reported being harmed by the product, the FSIS said.

The beef was distributed to HEB and sold at HEB, Joe V’s, Mi Tienda and Central Market stores in Texas, HEB said.

The recall includes three different chubs produced on November 2:

  • 10 lbs. Hill Country Fare ground beef chub, 73 percent lean, with an expiration date of Nov. 25
  • 5 lbs. Hill Country Fare ground beef chub, 73 percent lean, with an expiration date of Nov. 25
  • 5 lbs. chub of HEB Ground Chuck ground beef, 80 percent lean

No other ground beef products were affected by the recall, Tyson said in a press release.

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