HEB is voluntarily recalling some beef products from JBS Swift Beef Company because of possible E. coli contamination.
Here's what you need to watch out for:
Raw beef briskets with plant inspection number 969 and sell-by dates between May 12 and June 20.
Raw beef skirt steaks in a styrofoam tray with sell-by dates between May 12 and June 20.
Hill Country Fare beef for fajitas with a sell-by date of May 23.
Any fresh ground beef in a styrofoam tray with sell-by dates between May 9 and June 20.
In a statement, HEB said it does not have any of the impacted JBS Swift Beef products in its stores or in its supply chain. H-E-B says there have been no reports of anyone getting sick in Texas due to this recall.
You can return the products to the nearest HEB store for a refund or replacement.
Customers with any concerns or questions can contact HEB at 1-800 432-3113.
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