Two recalls have been issued for meat products; one by Ada Valley Gourmet Foods, Inc. and another by Fieldsource Food Systems, Inc.

The recall for Ada Valley Gourmet Foods includes 3,490 pounds of raw ground beef meatloaf that may be contaminated with broken metal bits. The affected meat was produced on May 20.

The recalled meatloaf was packaged in 5-pound vacuum-packed containers with two in each carton. It contains the labeling of Ada Valley Meatloaf Uncooked with a lot code of 17034 and a packaging date of 05-20-19 on the label.

The contaminated meat has an establishment number of EST. 10031 inside the USDA mark of inspection and was shipped to hospitals in Arizona, California, and Nevada.

Pictures of the meatl contamination in the recalled meat can be viewed here.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Walter Rozeboom, vice president of sales at Ada Valley by calling 616-676-0767.

Ada Valley Gourmet Foods discovered the issue on July 11 when a customer notified it about the metal contamination. The company has not received any reports of adverse reaction to the consumption of the meat. Those that are concerned about injury or illness from the recalled meat should contact their healthcare provider.

The second recall from Fieldsource Food Systems is for 12,953 pounds of diced beef and chicken products that were mislabeled and may have an undeclared wheat allergen.

The affected beef was packaged in 20-pound boxes with four unmarked five-pound plastic bags labeled as Fieldsource Food Systems, Inc. Northgate Market Marinated Beef Cubes. It has lot codes of 061019 and 071019 on the label. The recalled beef also has an establishment number of EST. 45141 inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The recalled chicken was packaged in 20-pound boxes with four unmarked five-pound plastic bags labeled as Fieldsource Food Systems, Inc. Northgate Market Marinated Chicken Cubes. It has lot codes of 061019 and 07109 on the label. The affected chicken has an establishment number of P-45141 inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The recalled beef and chicken products were produced from June 9 to July 10. Both the recalled beef and chicken were shipped to grocery stores in California and used behind the deli counter.

Labels of the recalled meat can be viewed here.

Consumers should check their refrigerators and freezers for the recalled beef and chicken products. They should not be consumed or used by delis. The meat should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Joe Bonefide, vice president of sales at Fieldsource Food Systems, by calling 714-529-3663.

Fieldsource Food Systems discovered the issue during routine label verification. The company has not received any reports of adverse reaction to the consumption of the beef or chicken products. Those that are concerned about injury or illness from the recall should contact their healthcare provider.