Jun 25 FSIS release about Kroger ground beef recallhttp://www.fsis.usda.gov/News_&_Events/R01-2008_Release/index.asp Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said yesterday that as of Jun 27, 35 cases had been linked to the outbreak though epidemiological studies and genetic fingerprinting, including 17 in Michigan and 18 in Ohio. Illness onset dates range from May 30 to Jun 14, the CDC reported. Nineteen patients have been hospitalized, and one developed hemolytic uremic syndrome, a sometimes-fatal kidney condition. No deaths have been reported. Though the recalled products originally bore the establishment number “EST. 19336,” retail products subject to the recall will not carry that mark because they were further processed at other establishments, the agency said. The recalled products, totaling 531,707 pounds, consist of trim, chuck, and other components typically processed into ground beef. Jun 30 FSIS press releasehttp://www.fsis.usda.gov/News_&_Events/Recall_022_2008_Release/index.asp Nebraska Beef, Ltd., located in Omaha, was identified as a supplier of beef to certain Kroger grocery stores in Michigan and Ohio, according to a press release from the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). On Jun 25, Kroger recalled an undetermined amount of its ground beef from stores in Michigan and central and northwestern Ohio with sell-by dates ranging from May 21 to Jun 8. The trace-back investigation has revealed that ground beef samples from two federally-inspected establishments supplied by Nebraska Beef and multiple samples of Kroger ground beef from patients’ homes were contaminated with E coli matching the outbreak strain, the FSIS reported. See also: Jul 1, 2008 (CIDRAP News) The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced yesterday that a Nebraska company has recalled about 530,000 pounds of beef after the company’s products were implicated in an Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak that has sickened 35 people in Michigan and Ohio. Jun 30 CDC press releasehttp://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/june2008outbreak/index.html
This is really amazing I wish other clubs in our country learn how to unveils a player. Big ups HeartsOfOak— George kofi koomson (@Georgekofikoom1) July 22, 2019Kotoko fans are looking across the social media divide a little enviously and while their recent trophy haul might be greater, they will expect better engagement with the public to back their claim as the best club in the country. Ebi like the players bore already😂— TUESDAE😋 (@CobbyTuesdae) July 4, 2019 Your biggest club in Ghana this?— #JoshESQ.💫❤️ (@josh_gunner1) July 4, 2019It hasn’t been all bad for Kotoko as at least the consistent updates keep fans in the loop, with many of them appreciating the engagement.GOOD NEWS FROM GERMANY…@richardsenanu14 has undergone successful knee surgery.#AKSC pic.twitter.com/i4O3UFsYHu— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) July 10, 2019However, Kotoko’s recent failings on social media have been put into starker contrast by rivals, Hearts of Oak’s upturn.Dominic Eshun welcome to the Phobian family. We wish you a happy stay. pic.twitter.com/jhPnNnpC5R— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) July 22, 2019Their recent announcement of new signing Dominic Eshun has fans buzzing.Oooo phobia go kill me ooo Kw33….. This is professionally professional from the greatest club in Ghana— MR DAVE (@AnsahDavidKwam2) July 22, 2019 One of the most infamous tweets to come from the club in recent times announced the club’s impending signing of three players; Justice Blay, Kelvin Andoh and Kwame Baah.The picture went viral after it was first tweeted on July 4 by the club leaving Kotoko fans especially disappointed and even opposition fans shocked. On July 15, the club announced that five players had been put “on transfer”. While it was encouraging that the club was making an effort to let fans know the status of the squad, the ambiguousness of the tweet became a complaint for fans.Had the players been sold? Had they been put up for sale? Had they been released? It was almost impossible to tell for some people on social media. Kumasi Asante Kotoko might have just been named Team of the Year at the Ghana Football Awards on Sunday night but their recent social media work has left fans less than pleased with the club.Kotoko, usually very creative with their designs and announcements on social media, have earned the ire of fans, particularly on Twitter with recent attempts to communicate their activities to their 124,000 followers on the site.In the last month, the club has sent out a number of, according to many of their fans, half-hearted tweets announcing club signings, exits and other announcements.The most recent transfer-related tweet involved the confirmation of the departure of Adingrah Moussa.While the tweet was brief and did not offer much information other than the fact that the player was leaving Kumasi “for Accra en route to Abidjan,” it was the picture which accompanied the post that irked fans the most, with one asking if the club’s social media manager worked for free.