Published: 14:52, 02 January 2018
A major supermarket has announced it has recalled some of its burgers amid fears they could make people sick.
Sainsbury's, which has around 20 shops in Kent, is worried some of its Aberdeen Angus Beef Burgers from the company's Taste the Difference range could be infected with E. coli.
Public Health England identified a small number of cases linked to the product.
It has told the Food Standards Agency, which has issued a recall notice.
The infection could leave some people with diarrhoea, abdominal pain, bloody diarrhoea and haemolytic uremic syndrome, a serious condition that can lead to kidney failure and can be fatal.
The notice affects the 454g Taste the Difference four pack Aberdeen Angus Frozen British Beef burgers with a best before date on July, September and October 2018.
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