Expanding a previously recall from October, JBS Tolleson has issued a voluntary recall of more than 12 million pounds of raw beef products due to a salmonella outbreak, where 246 illnesses have been reported in 25 states. (The expanded recall adds about 5 million pounds of beef to the original recall, and inspection officials believe consumers may still have affected meat in their freezers.) JBS Tolleson is one of the largest meatpackers in the country, with meat sold nationwide under Kroger, Laura's Lean, and Generic JBS brands at stores like Walmart, Sam's Club, Kroger, and Ralph's.
Affected products were packaged between July 26, 2018, and September 7, 2018, and purchasers should discard or return any unused items to the place of purchase. Click here for more information and here for a list of affected products. You can also view a list of stores known to be affected in the original recall, although it does not include all stores affected and has not been updated for the new recall.
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