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(HOUSTON) — If you’re planning on grilling for the Fourth of July, you’ll want to double check your beef if you bought it from H-E-B.

The grocer has issued a voluntary recall of several beef market items due to the possible presence of foreign material in the meat.

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So far, no illnesses have been reported.

If you have any of the following products in your freezer, return them for a full refund:

Retail Vacuum Sealed Packages with sell-by dates of 7/4/2014 and 7/5/2015 of the following products:

• Hill Country Fare Beef Fajitas RP UPC beginning with 220344

• H-E-B Seasoned Beef Fajitas UPC beginning with 220736

• Mi Comida Beef Skirt Steak For Fajitas (Bulk Package) UPC beginning with 222322

• Mi Comida Beef Skirt Steak For Fajitas UPC beginning with 222340

• Hill Country Fare Beef Fajitas UPC beginning with 224234

• Texas BBQ Rub Style Beef Skirt UPC beginning with 238715

Retail Vacuum Sealed Packages with sell-by date of 6/24/2014 of the following products:

• Beef for Stew Meat UPC beginning with 222835

Retail Vacuum Sealed Packages with sell-by date of 6/27/2014 of the following products:

• H-E-B Seasoned Beef For Carne Guisada UPC beginning with 220595

Retail Packaged Styrofoam tray products with packed on dates of 6/9/2014 through 6/28/2014 of the following products:

• Stew meat RP UPC beginning with 220595

• Stew meat VP UPC beginning with 220621

• Beef for Stew UPC beginning with 221776

• Beef for Stew Meat VP UPC beginning with 222832

• Beef for Stew Meat Tenderized UPC beginning with 222836

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