LeftCoast GrassFed of Pescadero, CA, is recalling all of its beef processed in 2013 in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s investigation into Rancho Feeding Corp. – the Petaluma, CA, facility that processed many of the company’s cattle. Rancho recently recalled about 8.7 million pounds of beef because USDA found that the company had processed diseased and unsound animals and had carried out these activities without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection. LeftCoast GrassFed said it had contracted with Rancho to process cattle “on a handful of days” in the summer and fall of 2013. “While we have been provided no evidence that our product has been compromised and there have been no reported illnesses from the consumption of our product, the safety and health of our customers is our utmost concern,” read a statement on the company’s website. “We are sorry for this inconvenience and saddened by the waste of millions of pounds of meat, some of which, like ours, was raised with meticulous care and attention to the health and well-being of the animals that produced it,” the statement continued. LeftCoast GrassFed is asking customers who purchased the recalled product to return it for a full refund.