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Company with stores in Boardman and Niles impacted by beef recall

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The United States Department of Agriculture says that a massive recall of tainted ground beef is now expanding to at least six retailers across ten states, including one with stores in the Valley.

Wolverine Packing Co. announced Monday it was recalling 1.8 million pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli.  Eleven people reported becoming ill after eating the beef.

The list of retailers includes major grocery chain, Gordon Food Service Marketplace or GFS, which has stores in Boardman and Niles.

GFS Marketplace stores stock one of the products that was included in the Wolverine Packaging Co. voluntary beef recall. That product is a Fresh Premium Angus Beef Steakburger Patty, 10 count, 4lb package. The recalled product was produced between March 31, 2014 and April 18, 2014. The GFS Marketplace store reorder number is 841757.

Upon learning of the recall, GFS Marketplace says it displayed a recall notice,and issued an urgent notification to the stores with instructions to dispose of all recalled product.

They advise customers to discard any remaining product immediately, and bring in the packaging or reciept for a refund.

More information on the recall can be found by clicking on this link.

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