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October 8, 2007: Cargill Meat Sold at Samís Club Recalled for E. coli

Cargill Meat Corporation is recalling almost 845,000 pounds of frozen hamburger patties due to the possibility of E. coli O157:H7 contamination...

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The ground meat patties were produced at Cargill’s Butler, Wisconsin, plant, and were sold at Sam’s Club as the brand “American Chef’s Selection Angus Beef Patties.”

The recall was announced after four children were sickened with E. coli food poisoning in Minnesota. One child has been hospitalized.

At present, the Sam’s Club stores involved include Eagan, Maple Grove, and White Bear Lake Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Health is investigating.

The frozen ground beef patties were produced on various dates from August 9 through August 17, 2007, and were distributed to retail establishments, restaurants and institutions nationwide. Each label bears the establishment number “Est. 924A” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

Products distributed to retail establishments and subject to recall include:

  • 6-pound boxes of “American Chef's Selection Angus Beef Patties 18-1/3 Pound Patties.” Each package bears a case code of “7703100” and various package codes of Best If Used By dates of “02/05/08,” “02/06/08,” “02/12/08,” and “02/13/08.”

Products distributed to restaurants and institutions and subject to recall include:

  • 20-pound boxes of “Grille Works Seasoned Sirloin Steak Beef Patties.” Each package bears a case code of “7700296” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 20-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703003” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 20-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703008” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 10-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703092” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 20-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Black Angus Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703132” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 20-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Black Angus Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703133” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 10-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Black Angus Beef Patties with Seasoning.” Each package bears a case code of “7703139” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 20-pound boxes of “TNT Thick 'n' Tender Black Angus Ground Beef Patties.” Each package bears a case code of “7700922” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 32.4-pound boxes of “100% Black Angus Ground Beef Patties.” Each package bears a case code of “7700932” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”
  • 36.0-pound boxes of “100% Black Angus Ground Beef Patties.” Each package bears a case code of “7700983” and a package code “packed/chilled by 08/15/07.”

More information can be obtained about E. coli food poisoning at our blog www.ecolilawsuit. Also visit About E. coli and E. coli Symptoms and Complications.

For information about the Topps frozen hamburger patty recall, please see the following news articles: Topps Recall October 5, Topps Recall October 4, Topps Recall October 3, and Topps Recall September 30.

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