American Foods Group recalled 96,000 pounds of ground beef products two suspected cases of E. Coli. Proucts (including coarse and fine ground beef chuck, sirloin and chop beef) were sent to Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Virginia.
E. Coli, normally found in cattle intestines, can infect meat if the cow is improperly butchered or processed. It can cause bloody diarrhea and dehydration.
Bbut don’t worry — cooking at 160 degrees can usually kill the bacteria. You should also make sure to check the expiry date of any meat you buy. If you detect a problem, you can return the products to the store in which you bought them.
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