Over the weekend the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service issued a public health alert for beef.  

Utah is a state that could be impacted by products including Chuck Craft Burgers, Greater Omaha, and more. There is a possible E Coli outbreak for products packaged on 03/28/24 and have a use or freeze by date of 04/22/24.  

There have not been any reports of E Coli from regular consumers, but these products have also been shipped nationwide to food services and retail places, the FSIS said.  

“The problem was discovered by the establishment while conducting an inventory of product that was on hold because it was found positive for E. coli O157:H7. The company notified FSIS that they inadvertently used a portion of the contaminated beef to produce ground beef products that they subsequently shipped into commerce.”—FSIS 

The FSIS is mostly concerned with those who have frozen the meat and urge the public to check their beef purchases and dates to make sure you don’t have any possibly contaminated products.  

Some symptoms of E Coli bacteria consumption are dehydration, stomach cramps, and an upset stomach. Usually, these symptoms last for about a week, there are cases of kidney failure usually common in young children, the website said.  

If you have these products, throw them away or take them back to the retailer. If you start to experience any of the symptoms, see the doctor immediately and let the USDA know. 

Make sure to thoroughly cook all your meat products to the proper temp, Utah! 

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