A few days ago, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a new recall notice for meat products in the United States.
According to the FDA, the meat products contain a chemical called methanol, which can be found in food and is used in cooking and fermentation processes.
The meat products were distributed in the following states: California, Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington.
Consumers can now check with their local stores for a recall notice.
The FDA did not say whether the recalled meat products contained methanolic acid, which has been linked to an outbreak of coronaviruses in the US.
If you have questions about this recall, contact your local food processing or retail store.
The company that makes the recalled products told ESPN that they were “reviewing our inventory to ensure it meets the current requirements for a new product.”
The products are available to order online and in grocery stores nationwide.
The Food and Chemical Safety Administration said in a statement that it had notified the FDA of the recall, but did not provide a time frame for when the recall would be implemented.
The agency said that the recall notice does not apply to all of the affected products.
If there are still any products available in stores, they will be recalled at that time.
The FDA said that they have received over 1,300 reports of methanolytic food poisoning, including one case of methaqualone poisoning, from individuals who had consumed the recalled meats.
The symptoms of methemoglobinuria are similar to those of methamalemia, which is a genetic condition.
The food safety regulator has said that methaquinone is a substance that is toxic to plants, including animals, and that it has a high affinity for human blood vessels.