September 25, 2021

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Rancho Feeding Corporation Co-Owner Pleads Guilty

Robert Singleton, co-owner of Rancho Feeding Corporation, has pled guilty to charges of selling cows with eye cancer and is going to cooperate with the prosecution in the case against three other defendants. Rancho Feeding Corporation was shut down in February 2014 after a huge beef recall. Singleton admitted buying cows that were exhibiting disease, which makes them unfit for human consumption. Employees at the facility were allegedly told to cut off the heads of the sick cows and replace them with healthy cows to pass inspection. Employees are also accused of cutting federal inspector's "condemned" stamps on the carcasses so they could process the beef for shipping. Almost 9 million pounds of beef was recalled last winter, causing financial harm to many businesses. According to the … [Read more...]

Rancho Feeding Corporation Co-Owner, Employees Indicted

The co-owner of Ranch Feeding Corporation, Jesse J. Amaral Jr.  and two workers have been indicted on 11 felony counts after the huge beef recall last year. The charges include distribution of adulterated and misbranded meat, conspiracy, and mail fraud. The other co-owner of the company, Robert Singleton, is expected to be charged soon. Amaral pleaded not guilty last week and was released on bail. Government officials believe that the owners told employees to get around inspection procedures for cows that exhibited signs of cancer of the eye. Employees then allegedly substituted cows that were not inspected for those that had already passed inspection. This apparently took place from mid to late 2012, until January 10, 2014. The diseased cows were allegedly slaughtered and their … [Read more...]

Rancho Feeding Beef May Have Been Sold at Jack in the Box

According to a letter in the Press Democrat, the beef produced at Rancho Feeding Corporation that was recalled for adulteration may have been sold to Jack in the Box fast food restaurants and others and ended up in hamburgers. The meat-grinding company that supplied the food chains recalled the product. Officials believe that the beef has been consumed. The beef, which was originally recalled in February 2014, was considered adulterated because the government said the facility processed "diseased and unsound animals" without the benefit of federal inspection. Rancho Feeding Corporation has said the USDA report is unfounded, and has not commented on this recent report. The retail list for the recall lists almost 6,000 stores in 35 states. No restaurants are on that list, which … [Read more...]

Krave Jerky Recalled as Part of Rancho Feeding Beef Recall

Another product is being recalled because it was processed at the Rancho Feeding Corporation facility in Petaluma, California. That facility processed "diseased and unsound cows" without the benefit of federal inspection. More than 8 million pounds of beef have been recalled so far. No reports of illness have been confirmed, but we don't know what was wrong with the cows in the first place. The recalled product is Krave Jerky's garlic chili pepper beef jerky. It was sold in 3.25 ounce packages. The product was distributed nationwide and has the code "EST 18951" inside the USDA mark of inspection. If you purchased this product, do not eat it. Return it to the place of purchase for a refund, or discard it. … [Read more...]

Rancho Feeding Corporation Beef Sold in 35 States and Guam

The USDA released another retail distribution list for the Rancho Feeding Corporation beef that was recalled because it was considered adulterated. Now 35 states and Guam are on the list, which is 220 pages long. The list of recalled products is at the USDA web site. The stores and chains that may have carried the beef with nationwide, state-wide, or area-wide distribution include 7-Eleven, Albertson's, Big Saver Foods, BP, Buy for Less, Chevron, Circle K, Citgo, Conoco, Country Mart, Country Market, Cub Foods, El Rancho, Exxon, Family Dollar, Fiesta Mart, Festival Foods, Food 4 Less, Food Giant, Food Rite, Food Source, Fred Meyer, Fresh Market, HEB, IGA, K-Mart, Kwik Trip, Lowe's, Market Place, Mobil, Pavilions, Piggly Wiggly, Price Chopper, Publix, Ralphs, Rite Aide, Safeway, … [Read more...]

New Rancho Feeding Corporation Recall Retail List

The USDA has just released another retail list of the stores that may have sold recalled Rancho Feeding Corporation beef products. The products were recalled because they may have been produced from diseased and unsound animals, and were made without the benefit of federal inspection. The recall is for more than 8 million pounds of beef products. Secondary recalls have included Nestle Hot Pockets, frozen hamburgers, and beef jerky. The products were sold in thousands of stores across the country. Some of the stores with  nationwide, state-wide, and area-wide include 7-Eleven, Albertson's, Circle K, Country Mart, El Super, Family Dollar, Food 4 Less, Food City, Fred Meyer, Fry's Marketplace, HEB, K-Mart, Kroger, Lowe's, Price Chopper, Quick Mart, Ralphs, Safeway, Vons, Walgreens, Winco, … [Read more...]

New Update for Stores Selling Recalled Rancho Feeding Beef

A new update for stores that may have sold Rancho Feeding Corporation beef products because they were made from diseased and unsound animals has been issued by the USDA. A complete list of the recalled items can be found at the USDA site. While the recall is considered nationwide, the states on the list include Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington state, and Wyoming. The stores that have nationwide, state wide, or area wide distribution now stands at 23. The stores added to the list include Circle K stores in California, Pavilions in California, Safeway in Arizona, California, and … [Read more...]

USDA Statement on Rancho Feeding Corporation Recall

The USDA released a statement on Thursday about the Rancho Feeding Corporation beef recall. The agency said earlier that the facility "processed diseased and unsound animals and carried out these activities without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection." The USDA's Office of the Inspector General is conducting an investigation into the matter for possible criminal activities. The 27-word statement said that the USDA's FSIS "inspectors were present at Rancho Feeds during normal operations as required by law. The ongoing investigation is associated with the company's intermittent circumvention of inspection requirements." The recall of 8.7 million pounds of beef and veal products is now nationwide. There have been several secondary recalls of products made with the recalled … [Read more...]

Still More Retail Locations for Recalled Rancho Feeding Beef

The USDA has issued more retail locations for stores, food shelves, churches, and other locations that may have received the recalled Rancho Feeding Corporation beef. The new list is 68 pages long, with more than 1600 stores. The list is arranged alphabetically by state, then alphabetically by city. The large nationwide, state-wide, or area-wide chains that sold the beef include Associated Fresh Markets in Utah, Bel Air in California, Food 4 Less in California, Illinois, Indiana, and Nevada, Foodsco in California, Fred Meyer in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington state, Fry's Food and Drug in Arizona, Fry's Marketplace in Arizona, and Jay C in Indiana. Other stores include Kroger in Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas, … [Read more...]

Rancho Feeding Corporation Beef Recall Goes Nationwide

The recall of 8.7 million pounds of beef processed by Rancho Feeding Corporation now covers the entire nation, according to the USDA. The firm processed beef from diseased and unsound animals and did it without any federal inspection. The products are considered adulterated because they are unsound, unwholesome or otherwise are unfit for human consumption and must be removed from commerce. The products have, unfortunately, been made into other products. Nestles recalled some of their Hot Pockets today and beef jerky in Canada has been recalled. FSIS says that the recalled product was shipped to distribution centers and retail establishments nationwide. The updated retail list is now at more than 1,000 locations. Retail establishments may issue their own recalls. Walmart and Kroger have … [Read more...]

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