4000 Pounds of Beef Recalled Over Mad Cow Concerns

4000 pounds of beef recalled in mad cow disease scare
A Jackson, Missouri company has recalled over 4000 pounds of beef which was delivered to thirty-four Whole Foods Market grocery stores in the US Northeast (Northern Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island), and single restaurants in both New York and Kansas City. The beef recalled was bone-in grass-fed ribeyes, as well as two quartered beef carcasses, and was done so at the behest of federal officials who found certain precautions to prevent bovine spongiform encephalopathy (commonly known as mad cow disease) had failed to be followed when reviewing the company’s slaughter logs.

The recalled meat had been slaughtered between September 5, 2013 and April 25, 2014. None of the


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2 Responses to 4000 Pounds of Beef Recalled Over Mad Cow Concerns

  1. judy says:

    I thought I might have some of this in my freezer, but luckily it’s a different cut of meat. Thanks for the head’s up.

  2. Jane Bishop says:

    I am confused about what is so very different about a 2 1/2 year old cow/steer versus a 28 month old?

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