The grocery store chain, Schnucks, is recalling meat sold at one of their St. Louis locations. The recall is for ground beef and ground pork that was sold on November 14 and 15. The meat was sold at the Schnucks location in the Hilltop Village, and it is believed to be an isolated incident. The reason for the recall has not been made public. However, it is likely linked to a contamination or illness. Anyone who purchased the meat should return it to the location to receive an exchange or refund.
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