09 Jul

Ground beef with deadly E. coli recalled from Aldi, Target, and Sam’s Clubs

We don’t use ground beef for our egg rolls; however, this post is for educational purposes. Beef for our steak egg roll is from Restaurant Depot and we diced/sliced in-house so nothing to worry about when eating our delicious steak egg rolls.

POSTED 8:14 AM, SEPTEMBER 26, 2018, BY STAFF WRITER AND CNN WIRES, UPDATED AT 08:13AM, SEPTEMBER 26, 2018

ST. LOUIS, MO — A major beef recall linked to e-coli, is to blame for at least one death and 18 people getting sick. The bacteria was found in 133,000 lbs pounds of ground chuck nationwide.

The meat was distributed by Cargill Meat Solutions and produced on June 21st. They were sold in three, ten, and 20-pound packages at many stores across the United States. The USDA inspection mark on the package says “EST. 86R” inside.

The USDA has just released a list of retail locations and states who may have received the tainted beef. The stores include:

Aldi: Stores in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin
FoodMaxx: Stores in California
Meijer: Nationwide
Pak N Save: Stores in California
Safeway/Albertson’s: Nationwide
Sam’s Club: Nationwide
Target: Nationwide
Vons: Stores in California
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, illnesses have been reported in four states: Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts and Tennessee. The sick individuals began experiencing symptoms between July 5 and 25.

Read more at https://fox2now.com/2018/09/26/recalled-ground-beef-linked-to-deadly-e-coli-outbreak-sold-nationwide/

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