Check Your Fridge for These Recalled Beef Patties
Beware of some beef patties you might have in your fridge. The US Department of Agriculture says more than 120,000 pounds of ground beef products have been recalled because of concerns about E.coli.
This recall comes from Lakeside Refrigerated Services which shipped the beef to Louisiana and most other states across the nation. This recall is for beef products made between Feb. 1 and April 8.
What Brands Are Included in Beef Recall?
This recall includes Nature’s Reserve, SEG, Thomas Farms, Tajima Beef Patties and Marketside Butcher wagyu beef.
So far, no one has reportedly gotten sick after eating any of the beef products. If you want to see a full list of the products recalled, you can click on this link.
You can also take a look here to see the labels on the recalled beef products.
If you have any of this beef in your freezer, you are urged to either throw it out or return it to where you purchased it.
This issue was found during routine testing of imported products.
What Are the Signs of E.coli Illness?
You might experience diarrhea (often bloody) and vomiting. But some folks could have even more serious symptoms that could ultimately lead to possible kidney failure. You should check with a doctor if you might be experiencing some symptoms.