E. coli recall affects numerous B.C. shelf items 0
More than 300 beef products — including kebabs, steak, meat balls, sausages and more — split among at least seven B.C. chains selling groceries are now listed as foods potentially contaminated by E. coli.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the beef comes from XL Foods Inc., in Alberta. The agency has updated the growing list of items 13 times since mid-September.
These include more than 100 items found at B.C. Safeways, 70-plus items at Real Canadian Superstore, five ground-beef products at Costco, about 40 items each at PriceSmart and Save-On-Foods, 34 at Sobeys/IGA, and 13 at Walmart.