The Swift Food Company remembers about 99,260 pounds of crude earthbirds that could be pollute by E. coli, named Saturday on the Department of Agriculture Safety and Food Safety Service.
The problem was found on November 15, 2018 when the FSIS visited the Swift Beef Company in response to a sample collected at another business center that was subsequently confirmed by the positive E. coli O157: H7.
The returned returns returned on Nov.16 were sent to shop retailers for further processing and for use in places in California, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. They also carry out the founder "EST. 628" in the USDA search mark.
The martin materials were made on October 24, 2018 and those reclaimed are:
• 2,000 lb. – Big balls of Swift Ground Beef 81/19 (81% Continuation) Code of output that is & # 39; Fine Grind Combo 42982.
• 8-10 lb. – plastic scenes of "blue BEEF" ribbon Ground Beef 81/19 (81% lean) Raw gravel product code 42410.
• 8-10 lb. – plastic ears of "blue ribbon BEEF" Ground Beef 93/07 (93% lean) 42413 rough cod product code.
• 8-10 lb. – plastic scenes of "blue BEEF" ribbon Flatland 85/15 (85% lean) 42415 rough seabird code.
• 8-10 lb. – plastic scenes of "blue BEEF" ribbon Maelland 73/27 (73% continued) 42510 rough seabird code.
Although there are still no adverse effects on the consumption of these materials, anyone involved should contact the healthcare provider.
FSIS will advise all users to go to # 39; preparing their raw material safely, including new and frozen.
Below is a list of communication information that users can get in to ask any questions:
• JBS Buyers Website at (800) 727-2333
• Ask questions "Ask Karen," a fantastic FSIS producer is available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov
• Fresh food and USDA cuisine without 1-888-MPHotline fee
• Consumer Complaints Audit System