American Food Service is recalling 3,170 pounds of ground beef distributed to Southern California restaurants because of possible contamination by E. coli O157:H7, the federal Food Safety and Inspection Service said. The FSIS said Saturday the recall resulted from information the agency received from a federally regulated establishment that believed it had contaminated ground beef manufactured Jan. 31 by Pico Rivera, Calif.-based American Food Service, or AFS. Though much of the beef ...

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