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Kroger Has Its Ground Beef Recalled After Potential E.Coli Risks

Kroger is currently in trouble after many of its products being called back from the market after being detected positive for being contaminated with various materials. The most recent is the recall of its beef products from certain stores. The recall decision had been taken after the samples proved positive for contamination with potential E. coli. The contaminated items included:

  • boneless ribeye steaks
  • bone-in ribeye steaks
  • in-store produced ground beef

These items showed the presence of E. coli strains in them. The items will have the succeeding labels:

  • Beef Ground ST FP
  • Beef Ground ST 1

The customers who have brought Kroger beef products between April 23 and June 7 should not have the product cooked. They should immediately head to the store for a full refund or replacement. The company has announced that most of its affected departments are located in the Cincinnati area, Dayton, southeastern Indiana, northern Kentucky, and Ohio. Kroger has not yet received any ill health complaints after the consumption of the products. The customers with any doubts can freely contact Kroger at (800) 576-4377 after dialing option 1 followed by option 5. The company has to be investigated completely over its productions procedures owing to the contamination threats for the consumers.

Kroger had its frozen berries sold under the Private Selection name called back after testing positive for Hepatitis A contamination. The Frozen Triple Berry Medley, 16 OZ, Frozen Blackberries, 16 OZ, and Frozen Triple Berry Medley, 48 OZ are the products that have been recalled and completely cleared from all the stores. The company has not yet received any complaints after the consumption of these infected berries. However, the people have been warned to return the products as well as contact the healthcare in case of any health complications. For returning the products Kroger has its contact number, email, and other necessary details provided.

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