PROCESS MAY HAVE CONTAMINATED STEAKS: USDA griculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service reports that vacuum-packed steaks processed by Stampede Meat, Chicago, may have become contaminated with E. coli 0157:H7 after bacteria was transferred by an injection process used for flavor enhancement and tenderizing. The 739,000-pound recall was announced after public health officials concluded the recalled product may be linked to five E. coli illnesses in Minnesota, Kansas and Michigan. The ...

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