Meat Recalled...Again!

Due to possible E. coli contamination, a Chicago-based company is recalling beef products shipped to eleven states. The Associated Press reports:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday that no illnesses have reported from the meat, produced by JSM Meat Holdings Co. The agency was uncertain how much meat is being recalled.

The meat being recalled is used in ground beef products. Included are 30-pound and 60-pound boxes and 47-gallon barrels of "MORREALE MEAT" beef products. The products have the number "EST. 6872" inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The products have 15 different labels including, "Boneless Chucks," "Boneless Clods," "Flat Rounds," "Gooseneck Rounds" and "Knuckle."

A message left for a company spokesman after business hours wasn't immediately returned.
There’s been a lot of meat recalls lately. Like these three:
Maybe it’s a sign that food producers are starting to clean up their act—maybe.
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