15,000 Pounds of Ground Beef and Pork Products Recalled for E. Coli Concerns

Potential E. coli contamination has led to the recall of roughly 15,000 pounds of raw ground beef and pork products produced by an Oregon-based company. Details of the Beef and Pork Recall According to USA Today, the recall was issued after Interstate Meat Distributors notified the U.S. Department of Agriculture of a positive testing. While no adverse reactions have been confirmed, consumers are urged to throw away the products or return them for a refund. The raw ground beef and pork products were produced and packaged on Feb. 10 and Feb. 12, and were shipped to retail locations in Oregon, Utah, and Washington state. The products subject to the recall are: 2.25-pound wrapped packages of fresh “ALL NATURAL EXTRA LEAN GROUND BEEF” containing package code 04118 and with 96% lean and 4% fat on the label. 2.25-pound wrapped packages of fresh “ALL NATURAL GROUND BEEF CHUCK” containing package code 04118 and with 80% lean and 20% fat on the label. 2.25-pound…

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