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Cargill Initiates Salmonella-Related Recall Of Ground Beef Distributed In The Northeast

Posted in Foodborne Illness

OnJuly 22, 2012, Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation (“Cargill”) announced a Class I voluntary recall of approximately 30,000 pounds of fresh ground beef due to contamination from Salmonella Enteritidis.   The recall follows a Salmonella outbreak involving 33 patients in seven states (MA, ME, NH, NY, RI, VA, VT).  An investigation performed by the Food Safety and… Continue Reading

Cargill Turkey Contaminated With Salmonella Bacteria Results In National Recall

Posted in Foodborne Illness, Products Liability

Co-authored by Brian Gross Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation (“Cargill”) recently announced the voluntary recall of approximately 36 million pounds of ground turkey believed to be contaminated with salmonella.  The recall represents approximately 6% of the national production of ground turkey in a given year.  Federal Health authorities have attempted for several months to determine the source… Continue Reading