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    UPDATED: Check your ground turkey!
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Salmonella outbreak in 26 states. No word on the brand yet - I'll see if I can find more details and will post here...

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    Baby1at35 responded:
    I have some and think I will just throw it away. They aren't giving us brands and I don't want to take any chances....:(
    Me (41) 2 busy boys 5yrs and 5 yrs for 2 months! 10 mos apart Oh My !
    MrsWhiteCastle replied to Baby1at35's response:
    Have they given any more info yet? I have 3 pounds sitting in my fridge, and I'm afraid to use it.....
    Emily (6) Elizabeth (4)
    MrsWhiteCastle replied to curley_sue's response:

    Looks like I should just pitch it to be on the safe side. Darn it!
    Emily (6) Elizabeth (4)
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Here's a link to the updated information

    Ground Turkey Recall

    Meat processing giant Cargill has recalled 36 million pounds of ground turkey products distributed nationwide since March 1 of this year. Nearly 40% of people sickened have been hospitalized.The products carry many different brand names, including Honeysuckle White, Kroger, Safeway, and several more. A complete list can be found at the Cargill web site .
    While the Salmonella strain found in the turkey products is dangerous, it's easily killed by cooking. Be sure to cook all poultry to an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Don't guess: Use a food thermometer to be sure.

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