Ground Beef Sold at Whole Foods May Contain Plastic
USDA issued a public health alert for the affected products
If you’ve recently purchased packaged, organic ground beef from Whole Foods, and it’s still in your fridge or freezer, take a close look at the label. The Department of Agriculture announced a public health safety alert for certain ground beef packages sold at Whole Foods stores because they may contain small bits of hard plastic. Whole Foods says the affected products were shipped to stores in the North Atlantic, Northeast, Midwest, and Florida regions.