INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Indiana is one of the states named in a new beef recall from Illinois and Georgia, which packs plants after an e-coli outbreak.
The Centers for Disease Control performs a majority survey that began on March 28, 2019, when officials in Kentucky and Georgia notified the CDC of the outbreak.
At this time, no common supplier, distributor or brand of steak has been identified that could constitute the entire outbreak.
Grant Park Packing in Franklin Park, Ill. 53,200 pounds of raw beef products on April 24, 2019.
One person in Indiana was confirmed with a case of E. coli O103.
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Recalled products were sold in 40 pound bulk cartons of "North Star Imports & Sales, LLC. 30/2018, 10/31/2018 and 11/01/2018.  Revoked products are marked with the establishment number "EST. 21781" inside the USDA check box for inspection on the boxes.
K2D Foods, which operates as Colorado Premium Foods, in Carrollton, Ga., Revealed approximately 113,424 pounds of raw beef products April 23, 2019.
Recalled Products were sold in two 24-lb. vacuum packed packages in cardboard boxes containing raw "GRUNDBØS PUCK" with "Use through" dates 4/14/19, 4/17/19, 4/20/19, 4/23/19, 4/28/19, and 4 / 30/19.
Revoked products are marked with the establishment number "EST. 51308" inside the USDA mark for inspection.
Officials continue to collect products for testing and continue their tracking studies to determine the source of meat steak delivered to food stores and restaurants where sick people ate.
Consumers should handle meat steak safely and prepare it thoroughly.
The CDC will provide more information as it becomes available.