Literally – where is it? JBS Swift Beef Company recalled approximately 380,000 pounds of beef that might be contaminated with E. Coli, and now 18 people are sick. Here’s the hitch: neither the company nor the USDA can tell consumers which meats not to eat. That’s because JBS sells its products to a variety of other companies, which in turn put their own labels it. Figuring out what products to throw out of your freezer may be the ultimate meat mystery. For more information about the recall, here’s the press release from the USDA.
Also – listen up raw cookie dough lovers: the FDA has found evidence of E. coli bacteria in an unopened package of raw chocolate chip cookie dough, So far, 69 people have become ill. Visit Nestlé’s website for a complete list of the recalled products: