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Label issue prompts Minnesota wholesaler to recall a ton of beef

J&B Group Inc. of St. Michael is recalling about 2,645 pounds of beef sirloin products. The labels on the products fail to list milk, a possible allergen. The USDA told the Associated Press no illnesses have been reported.
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J&B Group Inc. of St. Michael is recalling about 2,645 pounds of beef sirloin products. The labels on the products fail to list milk, a possible allergen. The USDA told the Associated Press no illnesses have been reported.

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