National ground beef recall involves Target, Sam's Club and Aldi stores

Some beef may be tainted with E. coli.
Author:
Publish date:
Ground beef

A recall of ground beef products made by Minnesota-based company Cargill affects a number of grocery stores in Minnesota.

Cargill has recalled 132,000 pounds of ground beef products produced at one of its Colorado facilities because of a possible E. coli contamination.

The Food Safety and Inspection Service says that potentially tainted beef may have found their way to Target and Sam's Club stores nationwide.

It's also been delivered to Aldi stores in eight states, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

You can find a full list of the affected products here. They range in size from 3lb to 20lb packages.

Consumers are being asked to check any ground beef products they may have in their fridge or freezers if they're included in the recall.

The affected products were packaged on June 21, 2018, and have the establishment number "EST. 86R" inside the USDA inspection mark.

Follow Bring Me The News on Twitter for the latest stories.

Next Up

Related

Cargill recalls 30,000 pounds of ground beef

Minnetonka-based Cargill is voluntarily recalling ground beef due to salmonella concerns. The 85 percent lean ground beef was produced at Cargill's plant in Wyalusing, Pa., on May 25, and repackaged for sale to consumers of a Maine-based grocery chain, the Associated Press says. The chain sold the ground beef in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.