Giant/Martin's recall El Monterey Steak & Cheese Taquitos - NBC12 - WWBT - Richmond, VA News On Your Side

Giant/Martin's recall El Monterey Steak & Cheese Taquitos

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets are removing from sale El Monterey Steak & Cheese Taquitos following a recall of Rancho Feeding Corporation meat products.

The USDA recalled the meat products because they were produced without all required inspections.

The product recalled is El Monterey Steak & Cheese Taquitos, 28 oz., UPC 7100740389, with best if used by dates of:

• May 5, 2014
• May 17, 2014
• May 20, 2014
• May 22, 2014
• June 7, 2014
• October 8, 2014
• October 11, 2014
• October 16, 2014
• October 21, 2014
• December 12, 2014

Giant and Martin's say there have been no reports of illnesses at this time. You can get a full refund for any of the recalled product by bringing your receipt to Giant/Martin's.

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