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Where did the E. coli Bologna Go?

Screen shot 2011-03-23 at 10.47.46 PM.pngThe CDC has confirmed that 14 persons infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli serotype O157:H7 have been reported from Maryland (3 cases), New Jersey (2 cases), North Carolina (1 case), Ohio (2 cases) and Pennsylvania (6 cases). The FSIS announced that Palmyra Bologna Company, of Palmyra, PA, is recalling approximately 23,000 pounds of Lebanon bologna products that may be contaminated with E. coli 0157:H7. The FSIS also provided a list of all retail stores where this bologna was recalled from:

Albertson’s

Food Lion

Fry’s

Giant Eagle

Ralph’s

Shoprite

Sprouts Farmers Market

Stater Brothers

Von’s

Walmart

Bashas’

Midwestern Meats

Cheese’n Stuff

Weber’s Supermarket

Al’s Meat Market

Del Sol Market

The Grocery Store

Spencer’s Fresh Market

Henry’s

Major Market

Cordon’s Ranch Market

Pavilions

Gelson’s Market

Vicente Foods

Hows Market

Starr Market

ONtarion Farmers Market

Beach Market

Keil’s Food Store

Stumps Market

Windmil Farms

Seeley Market

Nielsen’s Market

Safeway

Lloyd’s IGA

BJ’s

Family Foods

Shoppers Food Warehouse

Bel Air

McKay’s

Bloom

Bottom Dollar

Weiss

Holiday Food Center

Jack’s

Nino’s

Sobies Meats

Boff’s Quality Meats

Market Place Meats

Brian’s Market

Bishop’s Thriftway

Bassett’s

City View Supermarket

Carnival

Groceryland

Rideout’s IGA

Bally Quick Shoppe

Wegman’s

Dushore Market

Franklin Supermarket

Quick Shoppe

Sunoco Food Market

Hempfield SNS

Tuckeys Outlet

Jim Thorpe Market

Kenhorst

Country Cupboard

Fooldland

Sunset

Karn’s Foods

Dutchway Farm Market

Nesquehoning

Norristown Thriftway

Surplus Outlet

Imperial Shop N’ Save

ASK Foods Inc

RMG Mayfair Shop N Bag

Lawrenceville SNS

Waymart Food Store

Kotsch’s Market

Berkshire

Vista Food

Shopper Food Warehouse

Farmers Food

Shoprite Great Value

Bottom Dollar

Petersburg Foodland