50,000 pounds of ground bison have been recalled after an outbreak of E. coli in several states, according to Consumer Reports.
The recall is from Northfork Bison Distributions in Saint Leonard, Quebec, Canada.
Twenty-one cases of E. Coli have been reported so far, with cases in Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Michigan, Montana and Pennsylvania.
Most of the ground bison involved were sold to restaurants but the recall also includes Northfork Bison Buffalo Burgers available in supermarkets. The frozen burgers (sold in a four-pack of 4 ounces each) have an expiration date of Oct. 8, 2020,” according to Consumer Reports.
The bison was sold between February 22, 2019 and April 30, 2019.