More than 41,000 pounds of beef from a Petaluma slaughterhouse are being recalled because federal officials say the cows weren't properly inspected before they were killed.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service on Monday announced the recall of beef from Rancho Feeding Corporation.
The facility was raided by federal and local authorities on Friday, according to KPIX5.
The following products from Rancho Feeding Corporation are now being recalled, according to a USDA press release:
- “Beef Carcasses”
- 50-lb. boxes of “Beef Feet”
- 20-lb. boxes of “Beef Oxtail”
- 50-lb. boxes of “Beef Hearts”
- 60 and 30-lb. boxes of “Beef Liver”
- 30-lb. boxes of “Beef Cheeks”
- 60-lb. boxes of “Beef Tripe”
- 30-lb. boxes of “Beef Tongue”
The beef was produced Wednesday, Jan. 8, and shipped to distribution centers and stores around California. Authorities say the beef was produced "without full-ante-mortem inspection as per federal regulations."
"FSIS has received no reports of illness due to consumption of these products," the press release states. "Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a health care provider."
The meat recall is classified as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall reserved for items posing the worst health risk.