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National Beef Recall: E. Coli Possibly Contaminated 22,000 Pounds Of Ground Meat, USDA Says

national beef recallHuffington Post

More than 22,000 pounds of beef are feared contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Tuesday.

A recall spanning at least 13 states concerns 22,737 pounds of ground beef packaged by National Beef Packing Co. of Liberal, Kan., and affects 10-pound packages of the following products:  

• “National Beef” 80/20 Coarse Ground Chuck, package code “0481.”
• “National Beef” 81/19 Coarse Ground Beef, package code “0421.”
• “National Beef” 80/20 Fine Ground Chuck, package code “0484.”

The packages of ground meat have a use/sell by date of June 14, 2013, and bear the establishment number “EST. 208A” inside the USDA mark of inspection, according to a press release by the FSIS. The beef was produced on May 25, 2013, and shipped to retail establishments in Texas, Tennessee, Kansas, Mississippi, Illinois, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas and Arizona.

There is concern that some contaminated products may have been frozen and stored in consumers’ freezers.

The recall resulted from routine FSIS inspection. No cases of illness associated with these products have yet been reported.

E. coli are potentially deadly bacteria that can cause bloody diarrhea, dehydration, and in the most severe cases, kidney failure. The very young, seniors and persons with weak immune systems are the most susceptible to foodborne illnesses.

The FSIS advises consumers are advised to fully cook their meat so that its internal temperature reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit, as it is the only way to ensure that harmful bacteria are killed.

Last year, a massive recall of more than 890,000 pounds of beef from Canada ended up affecting 30 states in the U.S., eventually extending to 1,500 types of products representing one third of the total Canadian beef supply. Between four an 22 incidences of illness stemming from the tainted beef were reported, all in Canada.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/20/national-beef-recall-e-coli_n_3473287.html

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One Response to National Beef Recall: E. Coli Possibly Contaminated 22,000 Pounds Of Ground Meat, USDA Says

  1. Enbe says:

    The USDA says 22,000 plus pounds of meat is “feared” to be contaminated. According to NationalBeef.com, a sample [As in one? Only one and no more? Is this now USDA policy, to not double or triple check to confirm or rule out?] tested positive for E coli 0157:H7. Maybe all of those thousands of pounds of meat really was contaminated. Then again, maybe not – no cases of illness have been reported, even though this meat was processed for retail almost a month ago.

    National Beef just happens to be in Kansas. National Beef just happens to be farmer-rancher owned. All the regulars here at FTT are aware that sabotage and framing in the laboratory is not unknown. Sabotage during an inspection process is not unknown. Liberal, Kansas, lies within or very close to one of the Agenda 21 zones slated for little to no human use. Kansas just recently told the bolshevik federal government to take a flying leap as far as their commie infringements on the 2nd amendment. Come to your own conclusion.

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