There’s been a recall on more ground beef. After a recall in October, JBS-USA, a beef processing company, says there’s more bad meat out there.
JBS is recalling 12.1 million pounds of ground beef and other beef products. The U.S. Department of Agriculture believes the infected products contain salmonella. If customers have the meat, they should return the products back to the store immediately– or dispose of it.
JBS pinpointed that the beef products to have been produced between July 26 and Sept. 7.
There have been 26 people in 26 states with reported sickness, relating back to the meat from JBS. Unfortunately, it’s hard to track down the meat. The infected products were sold under different brands, and the USDA fears people may still have meat frozen in their freezers.
Salmonella is not a life-threatening case, but people can become severely ill. Symptoms may include diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever.