A meat-processing plant in Hanford, California is recalling nearly 90,000 pounds of ground beef meant for the National School Lunch Program.
That's because it may contain small pieces of plastic.
The beef, in 40 pound cases, was shipped to distribution centers in several states.
The Central Valley Meat Company and the US Department of Agriculture say there are no reports of anyone getting sick from the beef.
The company recalled nearly 60,000 pounds of ground beef last month for the same reason.
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