JBS Plainwell is voluntarily recalling Meijer ground beef due to the potential presence of hard pieces plastic in the meat.

Meijer ground beef recalled due to possible plastic contamination

JBS Plainwell is voluntarily recalling Meijer ground beef due to the potential presence of hard pieces plastic in the meat.

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The recalled ground beef includes the following:

  • Meijer lean ground beef: 90 percent lean, 10 percent fat; UPC 2-02106
  • Meijer ground beef: 85 percent lean, 15 percent fat; UPC 2-01258
  • Meijer ground beef: 80 percent lean, 20 percent fat; UPC 2-01155

All the recalled products have a sell by date of April 10, according to Meijer.

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The ground beef was reportedly sold between March 22 and April 9 in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin stores.

The products were produced on March 20 and have the establishment number EST.562M inside the USDA inspection mark.

The recall — which was announced Tuesday — was issued after there were two complaints of pieces of hard green plastic in the ground beef.

JBS Plainwell recalled the items as a precautionary measure in cooperation with the USDA.

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Anyone who purchased the recalled products should return the items at Meijer for a full refund.

Anyone with questions can call 800-543-3704.

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