Father’s day: If you’re firing up the grill, avoid these recalled foods


A New Jersey company has recalled nearly 43,000 pounds of raw ground beef products over fears of E. coli contamination.

Lakeside Refrigerated Services products, items shipped to retail locations nationwide, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service said. They were produced on the 1st of June and the establishment number ” EST. 46841 ” to the inside of the mark USDA inspection.

The potentially deadly bacterium can cause dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps after a few days of exposure. “While most people recover within a week, some develop a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome,” the recall notice said.

The problem was found during routine tests and there has been no confirmed reports of the disease, according to the FSIS. The elements to remember include the “Value Pack Fresh ground Beef 76% of Lean body mass / 24% Fat,” and ” Marketside Butcher Organic Grass Fed ground Beef. “Both were one-pound packages with a use or freeze by date 07/01/20.

Here is a complete list of recalled items.

The raw beef products

A Texas company is recalling more than 83,000 pounds of raw beef products because of the lack of inspection, federal officials said.

Products by The Bodega of the Meat were not presented for import re-inspection in the united States, the FSIS said. They have been imported, this month, and have the establishment number five inside of the foreign mark of inspection. They have been shipped to Arkansas, Missouri and Texas for the food service and retail sales.

They include boneless ribeye roll, flank steak, fresh boneless breast, with fresh eye of round and fresh piece of meat.

“Retailers in possession of these products are asked not to distribute them. The retailers that have got these products are urged not to sell them, ” FSIS said. “Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products must be discarded or returned to the place of purchase. ”

Here is a complete list of recalled items.

Garden salads

Some types of garden salads sold in the Midwest have been potentially linked to a new outbreak of the disease caused by infection with Cyclospora.

The salad is composed of lettuce, red cabbage and carrots, the u.s. Food and Drug Administration said.

Cyclospora is a microscopic parasite that can affect the intestinal tract and cause diarrhea, which could last more than a month. The symptoms usually appear about a week after the consumption of contaminated food or water, says the FDA.

Federal officials are working with companies to find where the products originate. In the meantime, people are urged not to eat the salad.

Unlike some other food-borne illnesses Cyclospora do not have DNA, fingerprint technology that allows you to locate where your product comes from. The FDA of the epidemiological investigation, it was determined that the product was sold in ALDI, Hy-Vee and Jewel-Osco, ” he said.

The product goes by different names depending on the store. At ALDI, it is called the Little Salad Bar Brand Garden Salad. It has been sold in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri.

At Hy-Vee, it is all brand shops garden salad products sold in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska.

At Jewel-Osco, the salad was sold in Illinois under the name of the Signature Farms Brand Garden Salad. The advisory committee applies only to the shop of the brand “garden of salad mixes” and not other packaged salad product.

CNN’s Ben Tinker and Amanda Jackson contributed to this report.


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