A US-based manufacturer has called its more than 120,000 pounds of ground beef products after showing their concerns over containing E. Coli. Currently, the topic has become a trending discussion over the Internet and most people are showing their concern over the topic. The news was confirmed by the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). After the news was released officially, the situation of concern among people has taken a place of fear and people are avoiding assuming the products contain ground beef. Keep reading to know more about the updates.

Ground Beef Recall, Over 120,000 Pounds

Let us tell you the disease if the buyer consumes it, Escherichia coli (E.Coli) can cause diarrhea, severe stomach cramps, vomiting, and other symptoms and spread by ingesting food or water contaminated by human or animal waste or through contact with people or animals, as per the reports confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Ground Beef Recall, Over 120,000 Pounds, Due To E. Coli Concerns

The notice was issued on Monday, FSIS said that reminds that it affected approx. 120,872 pounds of raw ground beef product from Lakeside Refrigerated Services, which is a company in Swedesboro, New Jersey. All the products were carried by some brands including Thomas Farms, Nature’s Reserve and Marketside Butcher.

All the ground beef products were manufactured from February 1 through April 8 and then, it was distributed to retailers throughout the US. Along with the label, a number have been also announced around the country. Those products with labels carry the establishment number “EST. 46841″ inside the USDA mark of inspection, the FSIS said.

The worst thing to be afraid of is that many products have been sold out and they may still be in people’s freezers or refrigerators. The company said,” Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase”.

Well, there is no any update or news confirmed reports of any kind of illness or reaction related to the consumption of the food, said the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service in a news release. Along with this, the company urges people not to consume those products either throw them the products away or return them to the store where they bought from. Now, the product codes and labels of the affected products are available on the official website of FSIS.

As per the FSIS, those who will consume it can become ill from E. Coli O103 for an average of 3-4 days after consuming it, and shows symptoms including diarrhea and vominiting.

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