At Clark and Steinhorn we see more than our fair share of food contamination cases. We've blogged about ground beef recalls all too frequently in the past. (See http://www.maryland-law.com/blog/e-coli-contamination-prompts-maryland-ground-beef-recall.cfm )

The practices associated with creating frozen ground beef are almost hard to believe.

Companies mix meat or meat-like items from multiple states and countries together. Some of the states, countries and companies have very suspect quality control practices.

This can result in E. Coli poisoning and other health risks.

Today we note a new recall. On Christmas Eve, National Steak and Poultry of Oklahoma began a recall of beef products under their company name and also Carino's Boneless Beef and Moe's Beef Steak. This action was precipitated by an E. Coli out break in six states.

Those states were Washington, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Michigan.

For more see http://www.maryland-law.com/blog/?keywordid=59377
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