More than 167,000 pounds of ground beef are being recalled due to a possible E. coli contamination. The contamination is believed to have occurred at an All American Meats, Inc. facility in Omaha, Nebraska during the month of October. All of the products have a “sell by date” of November 3, 2015.
The products were shipped nationwide.
Earlier this year, a dusty little slaughterhouse in Northern California was ground zero for one of the biggest meat recalls
A Northern California company is recalling more than 8.7 million pounds of beef products because it processed diseased and unhealthy animals without a full federal inspection, federal officials said Saturday.
Nearly 9 million pounds of beef produced by the Rancho Feeding Corporation in Petaluma, Calif., were recalled on Saturday
The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service has not reported any illnesses or injuries resulting from the contaminated
10 lb. chub of “NatureWell” 85/15 Fine Ground Beef, Product Code 7454 To see a list of all the latest food-related recalls
Have you ever noticed that the USDA recommends that steaks and roasts be cooked to 145° while ground beef should be cooked to 160°? Have you ever wondered why there is a difference? After all, beef is beef -- right?
On Tuesday, more than 375,000 pounds of ground beef was recalled at a Los Angeles company, Commercial Meat Co., due to possible
Whoa. Bad enough we're dealing with a recall of half a billion eggs and 800,000 pounds of ground beef. Do we really want
And what happens to the recalled food? For one, all of the recalls below are voluntary recalls -- amazingly, the FDA does
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The one thing that makes capitalism work is knowledge and transparency. If you know who poisoned you, you can stop buying food from them.
Even if you only add one night of fish to your dinner repertoire each week, you're cutting down on your carbon footprint, adding beneficial Omega-3 fatty acids to your diet, and casting a vote against bad beef.
As I reported last week, a large-scale California beef-packing plant owned by Cargill churned out, packaged up, and distributed
Killer candy from Mexico and toxic toys from Chinese factories should be part of a B grade horror film. Instead, recalls