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Ground beef is prime suspect in E-coli case


News bureau NTB reports that ground beef contaminated with E. coli may be to blame for six Norwegian children to become ill.
Health authorities are pretty certain that the E.coli strain found in the sick children is the same as a batch of ground beef produced by Norwegian meat producer Gilde.
Health authorities were warning all consumers to check any packages of Gilde ground beef before eating it to make sure that it is not from the contaminated batch. The ground beef has an authorization number of 103.

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