Product Recall: Beef with Possible E. coli Contamination

A new product recall has been issued for certain cuts of beef. Shipments of the meat were received in 13 states, including Florida. The questionable products came from one of the country’s largest meat producers, JBS Swift Co. The Colorado-based company has recalled 42,000 pounds of beef with potential for E. coli contamination. The cuts are boneless beef bottom sirloin, which could now be in the form of steaks, beef strips and tips, as well as ground beef.

The beef was produced April 21 and 22; it is most likely in consumers homes and not in grocery stores. Packages were labeled as Swift, Black Angus or the brand of grocery store. To view the whole story, please click here.

For a list of the product identifying codes, visit the U.S. Department of Agriculture here or call 800-555-7675.

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