Ruck’s Meat Processing in Belle Plaine is voluntarily pulling cured smoked beef due that may be contaminated with metal fragments, according to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
The recall comes after a consumer complained about finding a metal fragment in a piece of cured smoked beef. A MDA release states that all of the product has been removed from the processor's store.
The MDA stated that there have been no adverse reactions to the product reported as of Friday afternoon.
Ruck’s Meat Processing cured smoked beef subject to this recall has the establishment number “8921” inside the State of Minnesota mark of inspection and a date of ”10-4-2019” on the label.
Ruck’s Meat Processing cured smoked beef products were sold at the Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store in Jordan.
Consumers who purchased this product should throw it away or return it to Ruck’s Meat Processing.Consumers with questions about the recall can contact Ruck’s Meat Processing at 952-873-2848.