7,000 pounds of beef recalled due to E.Coli concerns

7,000 pounds of beef recalled due to E.Coli concerns
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There are currently no cases of illness associated with the meat, as the contamination was discovered via routine testing. However, it is believed the products are still likely sitting in fridges and freezers, in which case consumers are advised to dispose of them or return them to the place of purchase.

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The packing of affected products has the establishment number “EST. 5712” on the USDA marks of inspection and was shipped to distributors in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan to be dispensed to restaurants and similar institutions in the areas.

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Just a heads up you guys. I am wondering if something can be intentionally contaminated with E.Coli. Anyone know?

www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/7-000-pounds-of-ground-beef-sold-across-u-s-recalled-over-e-coli-contamination-concerns/ar-AA1mmlls?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=b23b13977e3d4008b952e1bfde084719&ei=5

h/t JaySeaLow

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