Cattle feeding profit margins retreat further with a weaker cash market and limited packer interest.
A law firm specializing in food safety has filed a lawsuit against a beef packer after the finding of E. coli O103 in ground beef that sickened their client.
JBS has added another 5 million lb. of raw beef to a previous recall for Salmonella contaminated products that have sickened nearly 250 people.
The number of people who have become ill from eating Salmonella contaminated beef has gone up by 87 cases after the recall was increased to 12 million lb.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has filed another recall because of E. coli for more than 53,000 lb. of ground beef just one day after a separate recall for nearly 57 tons.
One death and 17 illnesses have resulted from an E. coli contamination that has forced Cargill to recall more than 130,000 lb. of ground beef.