CINCINNATI — Kroger has recalled bone-in and boneless ribeye steaks as well as in-store produced ground beef sold between April 23 and June 7.
The recall affects stores in Cincinnati, northern Kentucky, southeast Indiana and Dayton, Ohio.
The in-store produced ground beef recalled will have the following labels:
Customers should not eat the products, and can return them to stores for a full refund.
E. coli symptoms typically begin three to four days after exposure. Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal cramping, nausea and vomiting.
There have been no confirmed reports of illness, Kroger said.
Kroger previously recalled over 35,000 pounds of raw beef products in Indiana due to a possible contamination with foreign materials, specifically hard plastic.