First Class Food Recalls 34,373-Pounds of Beef


Reports of beef contamination with E. coli have resulted in several stores in New Jersey removing beef products from their shelves. Apparently, retail outlets providing beef across six-American states have remove beef from their stores after the discovery of contaminated beef.

The removal of beef has been a result of a recall that was announced after the discovery. Meat products weighing around 34,373-pounds have been recalled by manufacturers.

The products, which have been recalled, are named as “Nature Harvest” and “Organic Harvest”, which have the tag number 18895. The goods can be easily recognized by people, who have bought it by checking the tag number.

Though, there have been no cases related to E. coli poisoning till now. But, in order to take precautionary measures, manufacturers have voluntarily recalled the suspected contaminated products. The recall has not yet been implemented and the process will start in a matter of a few days. The producer has been identified as First Class Foods from Hawthorne in California and can be consumed by the 8th of January.

People who would want to return the beef will be able to earn a full refund that has been announced by the business.

It needs to be pointed out that E. coli infection can lead to people suffering from kidney failure. Vomiting and bleeding.


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