Beef from Northern Colorado Meat Plant Recalled Due to E.coli Scare
More than 66 tons of ground beef is being recalled because it could be contaminated with E.coli. Yesterday the USDA announced that at least one person has died and 17 people have gotten sick. The 132-thousand pounds of beef comes from Cargill Meat Solutions of Fort Morgan, Colorado, and was sold in stores nationwide.
The USDA urges you to check your beef for THESE LABELS.
Source: 9News Denver