3 meat recalls may put a damper on your cookout; what you need to know before firing up the grill

Salmonella chicken Foster Farms

Three separate companies are recalling popular foods that will be at many cookouts this holiday weekend.

Kanani Foods is recalling 59 pounds of chicken products because they were not produced properly.

Officials say the items were not made under a fully implemented Ready-To-Eat Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points plan.

Inspectors say there are no records to show that critical times and temperatures had been met in the cooking and cooling of products.

The recalled products are as follows:

  • 12 oz. bowls of “Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowls”
  • 12 oz. bowls of “Orange Chicken Rice Bowls.”

The recalled products have the establishment number “P-46002″ inside the USDA mark of inspection and “use by” dates of 6/30/14 through 7/4/14.

Also, Foster Farms is recalling an undetermined amount of chicken that may be contaminated with a strain of Salmonella Heidelberg.

The products subject to the recall bear the establishment number “P6137,” “P6137A” or “P7632″ inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The chicken was produced on March 8, 10 and 11.

Click here for the full list of recalled products.

The products were sent to distribution centers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah.

Investigators say they found a link between the boneless skinless chicken breast and the illness.

The most common symptoms associated with the illness are diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever within 12 to 72 hours after eating the contaminated product.

HEB Meat Processing is recalling approximately 75,465 of various fresh beef products because they may be contaminated with foreign materials.

The products are as follows:

  • Various weight vacuum sealed packages of HEB, “Seasoned Beef Skirt Steak for Fajitas” with sell-by dates of 7/4/2014 and 7/5/2014 with UPC code beginning 220736
  • Various weight vacuum sealed packages of HEB, “Seasoned Beef for Carne Guisada” with sell-by dates of 6/27/2014, with UPC code beginning 220595.
  • Various weight vacuum sealed packages of Hill Country Fare, “Seasoned Beef for Fajitas” with sell-by dates of 7/4/2014 and 7/5/2014, with UPC code beginning 224234 or 220344.
  • Various weight vacuum sealed packages of HEB, “Mi Comida Seasoned Beef Skirt for Fajitas” with sell-by dates of 7/4/2014 and 7/5/2014, with UPC code beginning 238715.
  • Various weight Styrofoam tray packed, “Beef for Stew,” packed on dates of 6/9/2014 through 6/28/2014 or the sell-by date of 6/24/2014, with UPC code beginning 222835, 220595, 220621, 221776, 222832 or 222836.

The beef was produced June 9 and June 10 and then distributed for sale in Texas.

The firm says an employee and a customer discovered metal shavings in products.