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California Firm Recalls Ground Beef For Possible E. coli O157:H7 Contamination

United Food Group, LLC, a Vernon, Calif., establishment, is voluntarily recalling approximately 75,000 pounds of ground beef products because they may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.

The ground beef products were produced on April 20 and were shipped to retail distribution centers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon and Utah.

Products subject to the recall include:
 

  • 10-pound casings of "MORAN’S All Natural, 73/27 fine ground beef."
  • 10-pound casings of "MORAN’S All Natural, 90/10 fine ground sirloin."
  • 2-pound chubs of "INTER-AMERICAN PRODUCTS 93/7 ground beef."
  • 1-pound chubs of "INTER-AMERICAN PRODUCTS 80/20 ground beef."
  • 1-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural 73/27 ground beef."
  • 5-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural 73/27 ground beef."
  • 3-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural 73/27 ground beef."
  • 1-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural, 90/10 fine ground sirloin."
  • 2-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural 93/7 ground beef."
  • 2-pound chubs of "MORAN’S All Natural 96/4 ground beef."
  • 3-pound chubs of "STATER BROS. MARKETS 73/27 ground beef."
     

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