Kent’s Market not part of recall
A statement from Kent’s Market on a meat recall
On Wednesday, March 12, the Box Elder News Journal printed an article addressing a food recall involving food that may contain contaminated beef products, and that the company “carries out activities without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection.”
These products came from Rancho Feeding Corporation establishment 527. This establishment produces meat that is used in the production of products such as Hot Pockets.
Kent’s Meat Department does not receive meat from this establishment. Kent’s proudly sells beef harvested and processed by facilities that comply with USDA standards of Food and Safety and Inspection Standards.
In addition, Kent’s Market has not received the Hot Pockets products listed in the recall notice issued by Nestle USA.