According to John Horton of Cleveland The Plain Dealer:
Veal delivered to two Cleveland meat markets has been recalled because of possible E. coli contamination. Zagreb Quality Meats on St. Clair Avenue and Sebastian Meats at the West Side Market received potentially tainted veal sometime during the past week, according to Mahan Packing. The Trumbull County company also delivered some of the 772 pounds of recalled veal to Rulli Brothers of Austintown, according to a news release issued Tuesday afternoon via the Ohio Department of Agriculture. The company issued the voluntary recall given a positive E. coli test in a veal sample taken from Mahan’s facility last week. The product that tested positive never left the building, but there’s a possibility nine other carcasses may be contaminated.