Ground Beef Recalled Over Fear of Foodborne Illness, E. Coli Infections

An Illinois meatpacker has recalled nearly 96,000 pounds of ground-beef products after receiving reports of E. coli infections that may be linked to the beef, said the federal Agriculture Department.

The meatpacker, Valley Meats LLC, distributed the beef in 10-pound to 40-pound packages in March, according to the federal agency. The products were sold under brand names that included 3S, Grillmaster, J&B, Klub, Thick ‘N Savory and Ultimate.

More information is available on the Food Safety and Inspection Service Web site at www.fsis.usda.gov.

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Valley Meats Beef Recall