Taco Bell recalls 2 million pounds of beef from locations all over the country due to metal contamination concerns.

Kenosha Beef International did this out of concern that their products may have been contaminated with metal shavings. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Services stated this in a news release. The bas of meat that were shipped to five distribution centers, then sent to Taco Bell locations all over the country were removed. About 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef went to waste.

At least people know that they use real beef.

In a Taco Bell press news release, Kenosha Beef products were removed from all 21 states. Julie Masino, president of North America Taco Bell Corp. stated "Nothing is more important than our customer's safety, and nothing means more to us than their trust. As soon as we received the first consumer complaint, we immediately acted to remove the product from the affected restaurants and proactively worked with the supplier to inform the USDA of our steps to protect our guests. The products in question were produced from September 20 to October 4.

While there have been no confirmed reports of reactions from the products, the USDA reminds consumers that "anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider."

The officials discovered this problem after one customer complained that they found a metal shaving in their food. Why didn't the cooks see that there were metals in the beef?

To ensure the safety of its consumers, Taco Bell shut down the supply chain with the company's help. This issue comes after that tortilla shortages. Looks like 2019 isn't Taco Bell's year.