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June 4, 2009: SP Provisions Recalls Beef Due To Possible E coli Contamination

SP Provisions, Portland, Oregon, has recalled approximately 39,973 pounds of ground beef products, because the products may be contaminated with the potentially fatal foodborne pathogen E. coli O157:H7.  ...

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The recall affects the following beef products:

Cascade Natural Beef Brand:
 

  • 5-pound and 10-pound bags of ground beef. Each package bears the identifying case code "13-016G."
  • 5-pound and 10-pound bags of chili grind. Each package bears the identifying case code "13-016C."
  • 15-pound boxes of ground beef patties. Each package bears the identifying case code "13-016GP."

SP Provisions Brand: 

  • 5-pound and 10-pound bags of ground beef. Each package bears the identifying case code "01-136."
  • 5-pound and 10-pound bags of chili grind. Each package bears the identifying case code "01-136C."
  • 15-pound boxes of ground beef patties. Each package bears the identifying case code "01-136P." 

The recalled ground beef products were manufactured on various dates from April 8, 2009 through May 28, 2009.

The case code is preceded by the date code "040809" through "052809," signifying the production date in "month/date/year" format, i.e. April 8, 2009 through May 28, 2009. The recalled products bear the establishment number "EST. 2866" inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The recalled ground beef was distributed to retail establishments, hotels, restaurants, and institutions in Oregon and Washington, and was shipped prior to May 29, 2009.
 

E.coli food poisoning symptoms may include severe abdominal cramps, fever, and watery diarrhea. The diarrhea may become bloody and can lead to dehydration.  The very young, elderly, and immunocompromised are at greatest risk for experiencing complications due to E. coli infection. 

To learn more, please see E. coli Food Poisoning Symptoms.

 

The Law Firm of Eric H. Weinberg currently represents victims of food poisoning outbreaks nationwide.  We are ready to help you.  If you have been harmed by E. coli food poisoning and you have a question concerning your legal rights, please see Free Case Evaluation or contact us toll-free at 1-877-934-6274. 

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