Beef Recalled due to Possible E. Coli Contamination
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on December 30, 2009 in Foodborne Illness
National Steak and Poultry is voluntarily recalling approximately 248,000 lbs. of beef due to possible contamination of E. Coli bacteria.
The recall came after the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service was alerted to the possible contamination while investigating a link between illnesses and steak products in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, South Dakota and Washington.
The products being recalled include:
- Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak
- Boneless Beef Tips
- Savory Sirloin Tips
- Bacon Wrapped Beef Fillet
- Beef Shoulder Marinated Tender Medallions
- 75 percent Boneless Beef Trimmings
- Beef Trimmings
- Beef Sirloin Philly Steak
- EGN Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak
- EGN Boneless Beef Sirloin Tri Tip Steak
- KRM Boneless Beef Sirloin Steak
- Carinos Boneless Beef Outside Skirt Steak
- Carinos Boneless Beef Outside Skirt Steak Pieces
- Moes Beef Steak
According to National Steak and Poultry, the recalled products are being sold in packages labeled EST. 6010T inside the USDA mark of inspection and packaging dates of 10/12/20090, 10/13/2009, 10/14/2009 or 10/21/2009. National Steak and Poultry has said the products were shipped to restaurants nationwide.
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