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New Seasons expands recall to all fresh and frozen beef due to E. coli contamination

Four people in Oregon have become sick after eating ground beef contaminated with E. coli.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland-based grocery chain New Seasons Market has again expanded their recall on all beef products over concerns of E. coli contamination.

According to a news release Saturday morning, "This recall includes steaks, roast, ready-to-cook mixes, frozen beef bones, and housemade beef products, including meat loaf, meat balls, kabobs, hamburger patties of all varieties, from the Meat and Seafood departments and Grab & Go cases at all of New Seasons Market’s Oregon, Washington and California locations."

The recalled products were sold with “packed on” dates of Oct. 19, 2019 to Nov.15, 2019, and “sell by” dates starting Oct. 23, 2019, up to and including Nov. 18, 2019.

New Seasons is offering full refunds for the recalled products. Receipts are not required to get a refund.

If you have questions about the recall, you can contact New Seasons at the following email address talktous@newseasonsmarket.com.

Four people in Oregon have become sick after eating ground beef contaminated with E. coli. All four have recovered.

The source of the contamination has not yet been determined.

E. coli can cause diarrhea or illness of the intestinal tract, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Anyone who has had diarrhea within 10 days of eating any of the recalled products should contact their doctor.

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