WASHINGTON (FNS) -- One of the nation's leading meat packers has voluntarily recalled 5,500 pounds of coarse ground beef from a lot that tested positive for E. coli 0157:H7 bacteria. The meat, processed in Texas by Greeley, Colo.-based Monfort, made its way to 15 independently owned grocery stores in Indiana and Michigan. The beef was part of a larger 140,280-pound lot produced March 18, 85,000 pounds of which were sent to a retailer that detected the E. coli after conducting its own ...

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