Originally posted on CNN.com by the CNN Wire Staff.
The beef was produced by Palo Duro Meat in Amarillo, Texas, by September 9, according to a statement released by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service Friday. It was shipped to two Georgia warehouses, where it was to be distributed to a variety of institutions, including six school districts associated with the National School Lunch Program.
However, USDA authorities say they are not aware of the beef having been served as part of any school lunches, adding that the bulk of the beef products have not left the warehouses.
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