(NATIONAL)—More than 132,000 pounds of ground beef recalled last week over E. Coli concerns was sold at Aldi’s, Target, Sam's Club and other retailers nationwide, federal health officials announced this week.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a list of stores that sold the recalled beef products:
Aldi (Stores in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin)
Sam's Club (Nationwide)
Vons (Stores in California)
Pak N Save (Stores in California)
Cargill Meat Solutions issued the recall on Sept. 19.
The beef products were identified after an investigation into an E. coli outbreak, which had resulted in 17 illnesses and one death since Aug. 16, the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said in a statement.
Each patient had consumed ground beef products purchased at various retail stores that were supplied by Cargill Meat Solutions, according to FSIS.
The items carry an “EST. 86R” label inside the USDA mark of inspection, and were produced and packaged on June 21.
Here's a full list of the recalled products.
- Ground beef sold at Aldi, Target, Sam’s Club recalled after deadly E. coli outbreak
- Beef recall due to salmonella outbreak
- E. coli outbreak from tainted ground beef expands to 10 states
- Deadly salmonella outbreak forces USDA to recall raw turkey
- Frozen tuna recalled amid salmonella outbreak
- Hiland Dairy recalls chocolate milk sold in St. Joseph
- Pre-cut melon sold at Whole Foods, Kroger and other stores in 9 states recalled; 93 people sick in salmonella outbreak
- 39 tons of Butterball ground turkey recalled after salmonella cases
- More than 4,600 cases of Pillsbury flour recalled because of possible E. coli contamination
- 5.1 million pounds of beef added to recall due to salmonella