New Hampshire Farm Recalling Over 8,000 Pounds of Beef Products Over E. coli Concern

A New Hampshire farm is recalling approximately 8,800 pounds of raw beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli, the USDA announced on Tuesday. 


PT Farm, LLC, a North Haverhill, New Hampshire, establishment issued the recall following a USDA investigation into an “illness cluster” in mid-July. At least 14 people became sick and investigators were able to trace eight of the cases the farm. 


The raw, intact and non-intact beef product items (ground beef, ground beef patties and other sub-primal cuts) were produced between June 6 and June 16, 2016. The following products are subject to recall:


  • • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Chestnut Farms” beef products packed in cardboard boxes.

  • • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “PT Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes.

  • • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Miles Smith Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes.

  • • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Robie Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes.

 

These items were shipped to retail locations and for institutional use in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.                          

 

Symptoms of an E. coli infection include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea, fever, nausea and vomiting.

 
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