Sam's Club and other unidentified retailers are effected by a recall of beef due to E. coli. Sam's Club e. coli recall results from yesterday's recall by Carneco Foods of Columbus, Nebraska, a joint venture between Tyson Foods and Carneco Holdings, recalling 497,000lbs of frozen ground beef and beef patties that may have the bacteria, which can cause horrible injuries, O157:H7 a strain of E. coli.
Sam's Club e. coli recall is known to effect those in Wisconsin and in fact, one contamination is know to have come from Sam's Club in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Ecoli exposure should send you to the doctor immediately for treatment and testing for this strain of Ecoli. The firm does not recommend contacting Carneco Foods or Sam's Club. Here are the beef products in the Sams Club E. coli recall:
|Northern Plains Beef Sirloin and Beef Patties 85/15 (6lb bags, code 17304, Best by 12/18/04)|
|Northern Plains Gourmet Beef Patties (10lb boxes, cde 17304, Best by 12/18/04)|
|Fine Ground Beef 91/09 (8 & 10lb boxes, Sell/Freeze by 7/10/04)|
|Seasoned Beef Patties (misformed) (7lb boxes, code 17304, Best by 12/18/04)|
E. coli O157:H7 is deadly and can cause diarrhea and dehydration. See also:
Food illnesses & bacteria
Wisconsin e.coli court decision
Nebraska Firm Recalls Ground Beef Products For Possible E. coli O157:H7
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