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Ground beef recall

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A Kansas-based company is recalling about 50,000 pounds of ground beef products because of possible E. coli contamination, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced.

National Beef Packing Company produced the products on July 18, 2013, and shipped them in 40- to 60-pound cases to retailers, wholesalers, and food service distributors all around the country. The products, which are marketed under the brands National Beef and NatureSource, have a "use by/freeze by" date of August 7, 2013.

This strain of E. coli is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause bloody diarrhea, and dehydration, the USDA said. In the most severe cases, it can cause kidney failure.

The USDA urges consumers to cook ground beef to an internal temperature of 160° F to kill harmful bacteria.

Consumers can call 866-761-9472 or go to www.nationalbeef.com for details.

These are the recalled products:

  • 10 lb. chub of National Beef 93/ 7 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 0707
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureSource 80/20 Fine Ground Chuck, Product Code 7031
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureSource 85/15 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7054
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureSource 90/10 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7344
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureSource 93/ 7 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7004
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureWell 80/20 Fine Ground Chuck, Product Code 7484
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureWell 85/15 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7454
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureWell 90/10 Fine Ground Sirloin, Product Code 7577
  • 10 lb. chub of NatureWell 93/7 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7404

http://www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls

You can download the USDA's Ground Beef and Food Safety brochure (PDF).

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