At least it hit the wires on Thursday instead of Friday evening.
A City of Commerce-based meat processing company is recalling 3,515 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said today.
The federal agency’s Food Safety and Inspection Service discovered the problem during a review of Sterling Meat Co.’s records. The recalled beef patties, which were produced May 18, were distributed to food service companies that then sent the meat to restaurants in California and Arizona. - Latte Times
Labels: Beef, e.coli, food safety, Recalls, USDA