The products were produced from August and December and were shipped to Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York.
A Missouri company has recalled possibly tainted beef products distributed to two restaurants and a grocery chain, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
The trip to the grocery store has gotten a lot more expensive, especially when you head down the meat aisle.
Reser’s Fine Foods in Topeka, Kan., is recalling about 22,800 pounds of potentially bacteria-tainted chicken, ham and beef products.
The products carry the number “EST. 208A” inside the USDA mark. They were produced July 18 and shipped in 40 to 60 pound cases across the country.
Researchers in North Carolina suggest that we should be watching antibiotic use in livestock because it promotes bacteria resistance.
A local ShopRite is recalling its store-made boneless beef round cube steak.
The “food police” have a new report on which meat is most likely to cause foodborne illness. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more.
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The USDA has revised its cooking guidelines for pork; you no longer have to cook it to 160 degrees.