(WTNH) -- The grocery chain Big Y has announced a voluntary recall of some of its ground beef products because of E.coli concerns at one of their supplier's factories.
Below is a statement from Big Y , with the information you need about the recall:
"We have just been notified that our supplier National Beef Packing Company, LLC has issued a voluntary recall on product that was produced in the same facility as our ground sirloin. Because one of their ground beef samples tested positive to E.coli 0157:H7 and our product was produced in the same plant, we are voluntarily recalling all of our fresh ground sirloin labeled as fresh ground sirloin 87% lean or sirloin steak patties 87% lean sold between 7/18/13 and 8/1/13, even though none of our product tested positive.
"This recall does not affect any other ground beef items sold at Big Y other then the ground sirloin.
"Keeping the well-being of our customers in mind we urge them to check their freezers and refrigerators for this product. If you have any of this product return it to Big Y for a full refund. We thank everyone for the corporation with this recall.
UPC Item description
2-03359-00000 NATURAL SIRLOIN STEAK PATTY
2-03680-00000 ANGUS SIRLOIN PATTY 90%
2-03681-00000 NATURAL GROUND SIRLOIN 87%
2-03761-00000 NATURAL GROUND SIRLOIN 87%
2-10995-00000 NATURAL GROUND SIRLOIN 87% VALUE PACK
2-10996-00000 NATURAL GROUND SIRLOIN 87% VALUE PACK
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