Recently, 167,000 pounds of ground beef were recalled for possible E. coli contamination.
If people ask why you eat venison, feel free to mention this US News story. In Nebraska, a meat supplier is recalling more than 167,000 pounds of ground beef due to a potential E. coli contamination.
The USDA stated that the meat was processed by All American Meats in Omaha and shipped nationwide, though the discovery didn’t occur until October 30.
Thankfully, no confirmed reports of illness have been connected with the recall.
The following labels that should be thrown out can be found the USDA.
E. coli can potentially be deadly, and is even more dangerous for vulnerable groups, such as children under the age of five and the elderly.
If you’re like me, I can’t remember the last time I bought regular hamburger meat at the grocery store. My freezer is full of healthy venison that is packed with protein.
This is just another reason to provide for your family. Knowing where your food comes from can help avoid similar situations and keep your family safe.