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XL Four Star Beef, Inc, a Nampa, Idaho, is recalling approximately 14,560 pounds of beef products imported to U.S.A. WITHOUT INS

Posted May 31 2009 11:39pm
Recall Notification Report

CLASS III RECALL FSIS-RC-024-2009 May 29, 2009

XL Four Star Beef, Inc, a Nampa, Idaho, establishment is recalling approximately 14,560 pounds of beef primal and subprimal products that were imported from Canada and not presented for re-inspection upon entry into the United States.

The following products are subject to recall
Ranchers Premium fed Beef Brand
55.852 pound shipping box of "TRI TIP 3/8 SL." Each package bears the product code "420836" and the case code "2001351473."

70.286 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351202."

76.286 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351217."

91.286 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351242."

81.086 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351249."

80.586 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351270."

79.686 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351279."

76.386 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351295."

83.386 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351300."

80.386 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351311."

75.286 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351323."

77.386 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351338."

74.786 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351350."

26.686 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351369."

66.472 pound shipping box of "BRISKET 8UP SL." Each package bears the product code "420120" and the case code "2001351196."

77.172 pound shipping box of "BRISKET 8UP SL." Each package bears the product code "420120" and the case code "2001351208."

73.672 pound shipping box of "BRISKET 8UP SL." Each package bears the product code "420120" and the case code "2001351212."

69.012 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD CH." Each package bears the product code "16406" and the case code "2001351173."

44.812 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD CH." Each package bears the product code "16406" and the case code "2001351177."

27.75 pound shipping box of "TENDER 189A 5UP NR." Each package bears the product code "419646" and the case code "2001351144."

70.686 pound shipping box of "KNUCKLE PLD SL." Each package bears the product code "420406" and the case code "2001351335."

56.561 pound shipping box of "RIB LIPON 2X2 13.5DN NR." Each package bears the product code "419085" and the case code "2001351148."

51.826 pound shipping box of "STRIP 1X1 12DN NR." Each package bears the product code "419671" and the case code "2001351146."

77.042 pound shipping box of "FLAP MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420705" and the case code "2001351214."

75.442 pound shipping box of "FLAP MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420705" and the case code "2001351264."

69.642 pound shipping box of "FLAP MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420705" and the case code "2001351313."

52.142 pound shipping box of "FLAP MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420705" and the case code "2001351365."

59.686 pound shipping box of "FLANK STEAK SL." Each package bears the product code "420811" and the case code "2001351250."

62.186 pound shipping box of "FLANK STEAK SL." Each package bears the product code "420811" and the case code "2001351345."

38.386 pound shipping box of "FLANK STEAK SL." Each package bears the product code "420811" and the case code "2001351367."

43.835 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT CH." Each package bears the product code "416050" and the case code "2001351176."

75.297 pound shipping box of "CHUCK FLAP NR." Each package bears the product code "419245" and the case code "2001351153."

74.052 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420050" and the case code "2001351226."

77.352 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420050" and the case code "2001351238."

87.452 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420050" and the case code "2001351265."

76.052 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420050" and the case code "2001351304."

67.852 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT SL." Each package bears the product code "420050" and the case code "2001351343."

88.975 pound shipping box of "CHUCK FLAP SL." Each package bears the product code "420125" and the case code "2001351293."

58.675 pound shipping box of "CHUCK FLAP SL." Each package bears the product code "420125" and the case code "2001351359."

40.592 pound shipping box of "SHORT RIB B/I NR." Each package bears the product code "419006" and the case code "2001351152."

50.972 pound shipping box of "BRISKET 8UP NR." Each package bears the product code "419908" and the case code "2001351149."

38.35 pound shipping box of "LIFTER MEAT NR." Each package bears the product code "419945" and the case code "2001351160."

XL Four Star Beef Brand
1,556 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130719."

1,571 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130505."

1,508 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130593."

1,554 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130655."

1,616 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130687."

1,580 pound combination box of "BNLS BEEF XF TRIM, BEEF FAT ADDED." Each package bears the product code "30999" and the case code "1130699."

1,606 pound combination box of "85 TRIM CMB FFLT." Each package bears the product code "30923" and the case code "1130695."

791 pound combination box of "85 TRIM CMB FFLT." Each package bears the product code "30923" and the case code "1130705."

The beef products were produced on May 22, 2009, and were distributed to various wholesalers in Ariz., Calif., Ill., Mo., Neb., N.J., N.Y., and Ore. The beef products were distributed only at the wholesale level before the recall; so, none of the beef products would have reached consumers.

The problem was discovered by FSIS.

Media and consumers questions regarding the recall should be directed to the company C.F.O. Pat Bienleny at (780) 453-8657.

Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS virtual representative available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in English and Spanish and can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety messages are available 24 hours a day.

Last Modified: May 29, 2009



http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Fsis_Recalls/RNR_024_2009/index.asp




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Subject: Importation of Whole Cuts of Boneless Beef from Japan [Docket No. 05-004-1] RIN 0579-AB93 TSS SUBMISSION

Date: August 24, 2005 at 2:47 pm PST

August 24, 2005

Importation of Whole Cuts of Boneless Beef from Japan [Docket No. 05-004-1] RIN 0579-AB93 TSS SUBMISSION

Greetings APHIS ET AL,

My name is Terry S. Singeltary Sr.

I would kindly like to comment on [Docket No. 05-004-1] RIN 0579-AB93 ;

PROPOSED RULES

Exportation and importation of animals and animal products
Whole cuts of boneless beef from-

Japan,

48494-48500 [05-16422]



http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/ContentViewer?objectId=0900006480086ebc&disposition=attachment&contentType=msw6




Docket No. 03-080-1 -- USDA ISSUES PROPOSED RULE TO ALLOW LIVE ANIMAL IMPORTS FROM CANADA



https://web01.aphis.usda.gov/BSEcom.nsf/0/b78ba677e2b0c12185256dd300649f9d?OpenDocument&AutoFramed




PLEASE SEE FULL TEXT HERE ;

Docket No. 03-080-1 -- USDA ISSUES PROPOSED RULE TO ALLOW LIVE ANIMAL IMPORTS FROM CANADA



http://madcowfeed.blogspot.com/2008/07/docket-no-03-080-1-usda-issues-proposed.html




Docket APHIS-2006-0026 Docket Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Animal Identification and Importation of Commodities Docket Type Rulemaking Document APHIS-2006-0026-0001 Document Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Minimal-Risk Regions, Identification of Ruminants and Processing and Importation of Commodities Public Submission APHIS-2006-0026-0012 Public Submission Title Comment from Terry S Singletary



http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/component/main?main=DocumentDetail&o=09000064801e47e1




Docket APHIS-2006-0041 Docket Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Minimal-Risk Regions; Importation of Live Bovines and Products Derived from Bovines Commodities Docket Type Rulemaking Document APHIS-2006-0041-0001 Document Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Minimal-Risk Regions; Importation of Live Bovines and Products Derived From Bovines Public Submission APHIS-2006-0041-0028 Public Submission Title Comment from Terry S Singletary

Comment 2006-2007 USA AND OIE POISONING GLOBE WITH BSE MRR POLICY

THE USA is in a most unique situation, one of unknown circumstances with human and animal TSE. THE USA has the most documented TSE in different species to date, with substrains growing in those species (BSE/BASE in cattle and CWD in deer and elk, there is evidence here with different strains), and we know that sheep scrapie has over 20 strains of the typical scrapie with atypical scrapie documented and also BSE is very likely to have passed to sheep. all of which have been rendered and fed back to animals for human and animal consumption, a frightening scenario. WE do not know the outcome, and to play with human life around the globe with the very likely TSE tainted products from the USA, in my opinion is like playing Russian roulette, of long duration, with potential long and enduring consequences, of which once done, cannot be undone. These are the facts as I have come to know through daily and extensive research of TSE over 9 years, since 12/14/97. I do not pretend to have all the answers, but i do know to continue to believe in the ukbsenvcjd only theory of transmission to humans of only this one strain from only this one TSE from only this one part of the globe, will only lead to further failures, and needless exposure to humans from all strains of TSE, and possibly many more needless deaths from TSE via a multitude of proven routes and sources via many studies with primates and rodents and other species.

MY personal belief, since you ask, is that not only the Canadian border, but the USA border, and the Mexican border should be sealed up tighter than a drum for exporting there TSE tainted products, until a validated, 100% sensitive test is available, and all animals for human and animal consumption are tested. all we are doing is the exact same thing the UK did with there mad cow poisoning when they exported it all over the globe, all the while knowing what they were doing. this BSE MRR policy is nothing more than a legal tool to do just exactly what the UK did, thanks to the OIE and GW, it's legal now. and they executed Saddam for poisoning ??

go figure. ...



http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/component/main?main=DocumentDetail&o=09000064801f8151




Docket APHIS-2006-0041 Docket Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Minimal-Risk Regions; Importation of Live Bovines and Products Derived from Bovines Commodities Docket Type Rulemaking Document APHIS-2006-0041-0001 Document Title Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy; Minimal-Risk Regions; Importation of Live Bovines and Products Derived From Bovines Public Submission APHIS-2006-0041-0028.1 Public Submission Title Attachment to Singletary comment

January 28, 2007

Greetings APHIS,

I would kindly like to submit the following to ;

BSE; MRR; IMPORTATION OF LIVE BOVINES AND PRODUCTS DERIVED FROM BOVINES [Docket No. APHIS-2006-0041] RIN 0579-AC01



http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/ContentViewer?objectId=09000064801f8152&disposition=attachment&contentType=msw8




IN my opinion, the OIE lost all it's credibility when they went with the Bush administration on the BSE MRR policy. Science was not involved in that policy, only trade. IT did nothing but make legal, the trading of all strains of TSE globally, and set back the eradication of mad cow disease, to the beginning of the epidemic. with the atypical mad cow cases showing up, it will be interesting how this plays out in the years, and decades to come.

IN my opinion, the USA should be classified as undetermined risk, because these are the hard cold facts, they have absolutely no idea, and neither does anyone else. ...

TSS

SEE FULL TEXT ;

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

OIE upgrades Japan's BSE status to "controlled risk"



http://docket-aphis-2006-0041.blogspot.com/2009/05/oie-upgrades-japans-bse-status-to.html





TSS
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