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Buyers told to check beef after E.coli cases reported

Consumers are being urged to check the ground beef in their freezers in case they bought ground sirloin last month at four British Columbia grocery outlets that may be contaminated with E. coli 0157:H7 bacteria.
Westfair Foods is conducting a voluntary recall of the products.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Westfair Foods warned that Westfair Foods ground beef sold during a small window in early to mid-June at Real Canadian Superstores in Burnaby and Duncan, and at Extra Foods in Vancouver should not be consumed.
There were two reported illnesses associated with the product.

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