A beef company in the US has had to recall thousands of pounds of contaminated beef.
The ground beef, packed by Beef Packers Inc, owned by Cargill, was found to be contaminated with a drug-resistant strain of salmonella.
The recall covers products that were sent to stores in Arizona and New Mexico.
Two illnesses were linked to the ground beef in Arizona.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said the beef had been repackaged under different brand names and sold onto some Safeway stores.
Safeway has since announced the recalled product is no longer in stores but has urged customers to check all ground beef in their freezers and discard any with sell by dates of September 28th to October 11th.
Recalled products include fresh ground beef, beef patties, meat balls and stuffed peppers.
In August, Beef Packers hads to recall over 800,000 pounds of ground beef contaminated with a strain of salmonella.