Riverside, CA-based Windsor Foods has recalled approximately 2,268 pounds of beef and bean burrito products that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Subject to recall are 18-pound bulk cases containing individually wrapped "BUTCHER BOY RED CHILE BEEF & BEAN BURRITOS."
Each case of Butcher Boy brand burritos, subject to recall, contains a total of 72 burritos and bears the establishment number "EST. 1905" within the USDA mark of inspection; the package code "1219215;" the case code "2080001;" and advises "KEEP FROZEN."
The products were produced on August 3, 2009 and distributed to a storage center in Minnesota for further retail sales. The products available for direct consumer purchase will not bear the establishment number and package code. Customers with concerns should contact their point of purchase.
FSIS promises to get back to us with a list of retailers that might be selling the bad burritos to the public. We’ll see how that goes.
No illnesses are yet connected to this recall and it was the company that discovered the contamination.