MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Wednesday that National Beef Packing Company recalled approximately 51,000 pounds of various ground beef
ATLANTA (CNN) -- A recall of beef by a Colorado company that was announced last week because of possible E. coli contamination was expanded Sunday to include an additional 380,000 pounds of the company's beef products, …
Park City Group’s ReposiTrak Inc. and Recall InfoLink have announced a new partnership to integrate technologies and efforts for joint business development. The partnership combines ReposiTrak’s traceability and Recall InfoLink’s recall
The list of products affected by the beef recall seems to be changing daily. On Tuesday the CFIA took one product off the list of contaminated products. Prairie Heritage Producers’ Range-Fed Lean Angus Beef Burgers, 568 g with a UPC of 6 …
“The safety of products we sell and the health of our customers is our top priority. There have been no positive test results of product indicating the presence of E.coli 0157:H7 bacteria associated with the product sold at Whole Foods Market …
NEW YORK (NBC NEWS) --A recall of nearly 2 million pounds of ground beef potentially tainted with dangerous E. coli bacteria has expanded to include distributors to restaurants nationwide — but don't expect to know which ones. …
(WTVF) - Creation Gardens, Inc., of Louisville, Kentucky, has recalled more than 22,000 pounds of raw ground beef and beef primal cuts due to the possibility of E. coli contamination. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and …
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A Milwaukee meatpacker has expanded a recall to a total of two-point-eight million pounds of ground beef sold nationwide. Emmpak Foods president Justin Segel said Thursday the company has temporarily closed the Milwaukee …
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