To borrow a well used phrase, and change it a bit – "I love the smell of a recall in the morning."

It seems that our friends in Omaha have been busy.  Apparently, a ground beef sample collected from Est. 20420 (All American Meats) on 6/25/08 tested positive for E. coli O157:H7 with indistinguishable PFGE pattern (genetic fingerprint) combination (EXHX01.0008 / EXHA26.0569).  This genetic fingerprint has been linked to 17 confirmed E. coli O157:H7 infections from 8 states (ID 2, MA 5, IL 1, PA 3, CA 1, OH 2, Al 1 and NM 2).  Est. 19336, (Nebraska Beef Ltd.), of the recent Kroger recall and suing the Minnesota church fame, appears to supply “primals” and “trim” to All American Meats.  So, what is the business connection between Nebraska Beef and All American Meats?  I love All American Meats motto:

#1 Rule

"If we don’t take care of the customer… Somebody else will!"

So, I guess I will.  So, when do we send in the stormtroopers?