USA: Further meat recalled at Cargill plant
A further 568,000 pounds of meat have been recalled by Cargill subsidiary Peck Meat Packing on fears of possible E. coli contamination. Peck Meat Packing, a unit of Emmpak Foods of Milwaukee, reported that a company reprocessing some of its ground beef had confirmed a test it had carried out for a form of the bacteria had come back positive. Emmpak president Justin Segel said no illnesses had been linked to the recall.
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