That massive beef recall we’ve been hearing so much about has officially hit Philly. Our good friends at the Philadelphia public school system have decided to remove beef from school menus. That’s right: Recalled beef was sent to Philly public schools.
Specifically, the school district bought meat that had not been tested for E. coli, salmonella or mad-cow disease from six seperate regional processors. That’s one more thing to worry about if your kid is in Philly public schools. Awesome.
Meat recall forces all beef off Phila. school menus [Daily News]