e. coli outbreak forces recall of 56 tons of ground beef
by：CAI YI JIE2019-10-09
A Georgian company is recalling more than 113,000 pounds of ground beef after receiving reports of possible contamination by E. coli E. coli that may cause major diseases. K2D Foods issued a joint alert with the United StatesS. The Department of Agriculture later Tuesday The affected products are shipped in cartons called \"ground beef ice hockey\" and produced on March 26, March 29, April 2, April 10 and April 12. Meat affected by the recall has the registration number of \"EST. 51308 \"was sent to restaurants across the country within the USDA inspection mark. This distribution is of concern to the authorities concerned. Now, it is impossible to know how many restaurants will serve hamburgers made of this meat. ( Originally a distributor for the Financial Times. Orange, Fla. And Norcross, Georgia. This special E. E. coli is more difficult to identify than other bacteria. In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Tennessee Department of Health, food safety officials are investigating the outbreak of the virus, and many patients have reported recent meals at restaurants. The beef collected from these restaurants was also infected with the same virus, but the authorities did not explicitly link the two. People infected with the virus will have diarrhea (often bloody)and vomiting. Most can recover in a week, but it can lead to kidney failure. This is the latest recall of beef producers. Earlier this month, it was reported that JBS Plainwell may contain hard plastic and 21 tons were recalled. Washington had to recall 30,000 pounds beef after learning there might be pollution. There have been several problems in the past year. On last October, JBS tolsloan recalled six. 5 million pound of ground beef was then forced to recall another 5. It was 1 million in December.