MOULTRIE Ga. Tainted beef served by a Georgia barbecue restaurant may be linked to the recent large-scale E. coli outbreak in the Midwest, which previously had been limited to ground beef sold in supermarkets, according to a report by health officials in the restaurant’s area. The Barbeque Pit voluntarily closed last weekend, on the eve of the Fourth of July, when the Southwest Georgia Public Health District determined a spate of local E. coli victims likely had all eaten beef from ...
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