One California food processor has voluntarily recalled beef burritos that may have been contaminated with ammonia.

After receiving consumer complaints, a California food manufacturer voluntarily has recalled approximately 40,300 lb of burritos suspected of being contaminated with ammonia used during processing.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, Camino Real Foods, Vernon, Calif., has recalled certain 5 and 10 oz. sizes of Tina's Red Hot Beef Burritos. Individually sealed in cellophane, the burritos were distributed to retail stores in Arizona, California, Indiana, Michigan, Utah and Wisconsin.

Classifying the recall as Class II, the USDA considers the health risk low.