Federal officials are recalling more than two-million pounds of frozen ground beef nationwide, including 158-thousand pounds sold to schools in Iowa. There’s a question over sanitary conditions at the Texas meat-packing plant that produced the beef. State officials say the meat went to 300 Iowa school districts.Christine Anders is a nutrition consultant with the Iowa Department of Education. She says the federal government made the decision to recall the meat although there is little concern any students’ health may have been threatened.Anders says there are no reports of any Iowa children getting sick after eating the meat — if any were even served the meat in question.The packer in question is the Dallas, Texas-based Supreme Beef Processors.
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