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Ground Beef Sent to Retailers in the South Recalled for ‘High Health Risk’ – MSN Money

North American distributors have some beef with the meat industry. On Friday, JBS Food Canada, ULC recalled over 38,000 pounds of beef products after they failed to be re-inspected when entering the United States. And turning up the heat doesn’t seem to be the solution here.

The USDA labeled the affected products under a Class I recall, which means the products can cause “a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death,” according to the organization’s official announcement.

This recall concerns 80-pound boxes of 10-pound ground meat packages that were sent to distributors in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina before being sent to retail locations. Thus far, there are no reported cases of adverse effects from related meat consumption in these areas. However, the USDA recommends proceeding with caution and throwing out any products that could potentially be contaminated.

And, as though 2020 could not be a more anxiety-inducing year, ground beef contamination has been all too common lately. In June, Walmart had to recall 40,000 pounds of its grass-fed beef due to potential e-coil contamination. Some of your chicken products might not be safe, either. At least, the processed form. Also, later in June, the USDA recalled almost 60,000 pounds of Pilgrims chicken nuggets.

Fortunately, though, there are many filling vegetarian meal ideas and vegan substitutions that won’t leave you missing the meat for your summertime barbecues. If you need a quick and easy option, these store-bought vegetarian options should satisfy any craving.

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Published on 24 Jun 2020

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Over 40,000 pounds of ground beef recalled due to E. coli concerns – CNN

(CNN)A New Jersey company is recalling nearly 43,000 pounds of raw ground beef products because they may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Saturday.

The raw ground beef products produced by Lakeside Refrigerated Services, a company in Swedesboro, New Jersey, were shipped to retail locations nationwide, according to FSIS. The recalled products were produced on June 1 and have the establishment number “EST. 46841” inside the USDA mark of inspection.
“E. coli O157:H7 is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps 2-8 days (3-4 days, on average) after exposure the organism,” reads the recall notice from FSIS. “While most people recover within a week, some develop a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome.”
Some kinds of E. coli cause disease by producing Shiga toxin. The bacteria that make these toxins are called “Shiga toxin-producing” E. coli (STEC). The most commonly found STEC in the United States is E. coli O157:H7.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that there are 265,000 STEC infections each year in the United States. E. coli O157:H7 causes more than 36% of these infections.

The recalled items

FSIS says that the problem was found during routine testing and that no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products had been reported.
The recalled products include the following:
  • 1-pound packages containing “Value Pack Fresh Ground Beef 76% Lean / 24% Fat” with a use or freeze by date of 07/01/20 and lot code P53930-18
  • 1-pound packages of “Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef” with a use or freeze by date of 07/01/20 and lot code P-53298-82
  • 1-pound packages containing four quarter-pound pieces of “Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef Patties” with use or freeze by date of June 27, 2020 and lot code P-53934-2
  • 3-pound packages containing three 1-pound pieces of “Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef 93% Lean/7% Fat” with a use or freeze by date of 07/01/20 and lot code P53929-70
  • 1-pound tray packages containing four quarter-pound pieces of “Thomas Farms Grass-Fed Ground Beef Patties 85% Lean/ 15% Fat” with a use or freeze by date of 06/25/20 and lot code P53944-10
  • 4-pound tray packages containing 10 quarter-pound pieces of “Thomas Farms Grass-Fed Ground Beef Patties 80% Lean/20% Fat” with a use or freeze by date of 06/25/20 and lot code P53937-45
  • 1-pound packages containing 4 quarter-pound pieces of “”Thomas Farms Grass-Fed Ground Beef Patties 85% Lean /15% Fat” with a use or freeze by date of 06/27/20 and lot code P53935-25
The FSIS encourages consumers to check both their refrigerator and freezers for the recalled product. If found, the product should be thrown away or returned to place of purchase, according to FSIS. The agency released a few images of the product labels here.

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