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Ground Beef Recalled Due to E. Coli

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75,000 pounds of ground beef made by a Californian company have been recalled due to possible exposure to e. Coli. United Food Group LLC is recalling all ground beef made on April 20th. The recalled brands are Moran’s All Natural, Stater Bros., and Inter-American Products Inc.

The recalled products were available at Albertson’s, Grocery Outlet, Fry’s, Save-A-Lot, Save-Mart, Smart and Final, Smith’s, and Stater Bros., in 11 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and Montana.

Stores in the 11 states say that none of the recalled product remains available for sale and all products currently in stock are not part of the recalled product.

As long as the meat was cooked to an internal temperature of 160 Degrees F then the e. Coli is not a threat to humans. E. Coli contamination can cause a severe or fatal illness.