Aurora Packing Company, Inc. has recalled more than 60,000 pounds of beef due to possible contamination by E. coli, according to the US Department of Agriculture. UU
Beef products, packaged on April 19, 2019, were shipped throughout the country. The products include ribs, bads, chops, steaks and more.
The recalled products are labeled with the establishment number "EST. 788 "within the USDA mark of inspection.
Until 22 May, there were no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to the withdrawal of beef.
According to the USDA, "the problem was discovered during the tracking activities in response to random sample tests performed by [Food Safety and Inspection Service]. "
The specific strain of E. coli found in possibly contaminated beef products, O157: H7, is a potentially deadly bacterium. Symptoms include dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps. People who experience these symptoms should seek medical attention immediately.