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The USDA has announced two major ground beef recalls reaching across 14 states for E.coli contamination. Kansas-based Tyson Fresh meats  is recalling 131,000 pounds of beef.

Kroger, Save-a-Lot Affected by E.coli Concerns

The following products, all of which have a “Best Before or Freeze By” date of Sept. 12, 2011, and “245D” ink jetted along the package seam, are included in the recall:

*     5 pound chubs of Kroger-brand “GROUND BEEF 73% LEAN – 27% FAT.” These were produced on Aug. 23, 2011, and were packed in cases marked “D-0211 QW.” The cases shipped to distribution centers in Indiana and Tennessee for retail sale.

  • 3 pound chubs of Butcher’s Brand “GROUND BEEF 73% LEAN – 27% FAT.” These were produced on Aug. 23, 2011, and were packed in cases marked “D-0211 LWIF.” The cases shipped to distribution centers in North Carolina and South Carolina for retail sale.
  • 3 pound chubs of generic label “GROUND BEEF 73% LEAN – 27% FAT.” These were produced on Aug. 23, 2011, and were packed in cases marked “D-0211 LWI.” The cases shipped to distribution centers in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, New York, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin for retail sale.

source:  webmd.com

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