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DPHSS: PayLess not carrying tainted meat

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Although the U.S. Department of Agriculture lists PayLess Supermarket in Hagatna as one of several grocery stores and retailers across the country that may have sold some one million pounds of the recalled Valley Meat products, Guam Department of Public Health officials say the company contracted their distributor were assured the store was not a recipient of recalled beef.

Tom Nadeau, administrator of the Division of Environmental Quality of Public Health, says at the moment they are not aware of any stores on Guam that are carrying any of the recalled meat.  The meat products were recalled last week after seven people fell ill from a rare form of e.coli bacteria

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