DETROIT (WTAQ) - Ground beef that's being recalled by a Detroit company may have been sent to stores in ten states, including Wisconsin.
Wolverine Packing said the beef may have been contaminated with E-coli bacteria.
Federal officials said today that 11 people have gotten sick from eating the product.
The recalled beef appears to have been sent to the Gordon Food Marketplace stores in Wisconsin. Gordon outlets in several other states also received the same beef for sale.
Beside Wisconsin, the states affected are Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Florida, North Dakota, Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
More information about the recall is available at the USDA's Web site.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)