TULSA - A huge recall has local retailers pulling products from store shelves.
The USDA says Oklahoma and 35 other states have received shipments of tainted beef from the California-based Rancho Feeding Corporation.
The company recalled more than 8 million pounds of beef products last month.
The recalled meat potentially came from diseased or otherwise unsound cattle.
The expanded recall includes 162 Oklahoma retail locations.
Drake Shearer, General Manager of Warehouse Market, says his store was on the list by mistake. He told 2NEWS Friday, Warehouse Market does not buy its fresh beef from Rancho and that they do not have meat affected by this recall in their stores.
Warehouse Market has been removed from the USDA's list.