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BC Food LA recalls beef products imported from China

The People’s Republic of China is ineligible to export beef to the U.S.

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BC Food LA of South El Monte, Calif., is recalling approximately 1,643 pounds of Chinese style hot pot base products containing beef tallow.

The products were imported from the People’s Republic of China, which is ineligible to export beef to the U.S.

There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions.

The Chinese style hot pot base products were imported on or around June 24, 2020. The following products, imported on or around June 24, 2020, are being recalled.

  • 10.5-oz. (300 g) Plastic vacuum wrapped packages containing a “Lee’s 52° Da Zhuang” Hot Pot Base.
  • 10.5-oz. (300 g) Plastic vacuum wrapped packages containing a “Lee’s 45° Da Zhuang” Hot Pot Base.
  • 10.5-oz. (300 g) Plastic vacuum wrapped packages containing a “Lee’s 36° Da Zhuang” Hot Pot Base.

The recalled products, which do not bear an establishment number or a USDA mark of inspection, were shipped to retail locations in California, Nevada and Oklahoma.

What to do

Customers who purchased the recalled products should not consume them, but discard or return them to the place of purchase.

Consumers with questions may contact Allen Pung at (213) 422-7473.

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