Frozen cattle heads recalled

WASHINGTON, April 8 (UPI) — The U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service announced the recall of approximately 406,000 pounds of frozen cattle heads due to a health hazard.

The FSIS said Elkhorn Valley Packing of Harper, Kan., is voluntarily recalling the frozen cattle heads because the animals’ tonsils were not completely removed, in violation of federal regulations.

The products being recalled are various weight bulk boxes of the heads bearing package codes “91700” or “93700” that were sent to distributors and wholesalers nationwide.

Consumers with questions can contact the company at 620-896-2300.


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3 Responses to Frozen cattle heads recalled

  1. suitepotato says:

    I don’t want to even know why they want to use cattle heads.

  2. Nathan S. says:

    Man those are such a pain to get back out of the freezer….

  3. dan says:

    I was just wondering when I substitute a horse’s head for a cow’s head in my recipe if my guest’s will notice

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