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The family of a New Mexico boy who got sick after eating sirloin from JBS Swift Beef Co...JBS Swift recalled about 380,000 pounds of beef this summer due to connections with outbreaks of E. coli. Alex Roerick and his mother, Hollie, of Albuquerque
The first of what might be several lawsuits by people sickened by E. coli-tainted beef was filed Monday in Denver federal court against the Greeley slaughterhouse that produced the meat and later recalled it. The suit by 13-year-old Alex Roerick of
E. coli O157:H7 can contaminate ground beef during the butchering process. (iStock) You can't see it, smell it or taste it. But food or water tainted with E. coli O157:H7 bacteria can leave you fighting for your life, especially if your immune
The Issaquah-based warehouse chain became part of the recall when it was expanded on Sunday to include about 380,000 pounds of beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria...The recall was expanded as a result of an investigation of
The Kroger Co. today announced it sold beef products that may have been contaminated at its Indianapolis stores. Kroger is urging customers not to eat store-brand ground beef supplied by JBS Swift Beef Co., according to a news release from the
Greeley today expanded a initial recall of about 41,000 pounds of beef last week to include about 380,000 pounds, because of a threat of E. coli contamination...Department of Agriculture said that all the beef products in the expanded recall were
Department of Agriculture news release did not include the information...Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service found potential issues with E. coli. E. coli can cause diarrhea, dehydration and kidney failure and can be deadly.