WYALUSING, Pa. — Cargill Beef has voluntarily recalled 29,339 pounds of ground beef found to contain a strain of salmonella bacteria, and retailers who had purchased the beef quickly alerted their customers of the health hazard the beef presented. As of Tuesday afternoon, 33 people were reported to have been sickened by eating the beef. The products were shipped to Maine and New York distribution centers. Hannaford Supermarkets, a Delhaize company based in Scarborough Maine, ...
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