A public warning over possibly contaminated beef products, originally issued on Sept. 16, 2012, has been expanded to include more products.

On Tuesday, the recall was expanded for the seventh time to include more products and grocery stores in the Prairies.

Due to the extent of the recall, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has now set up a dedicated page to the recalls. For a list of all the different recalls and expansions, click here.

For a list of products recalled by store, click here.

The public is being warned not to consume any of the listed products as they may be contaminated with E. coli.

The recall includes numerous labelled, unlabelled and unbranded beef and ground-beef products sold from August 24 to September 16 at a large number of stores.

The products may have been sold at major retail chains as well as smaller local meat markets and butchers. Anyone who is unsure if their products may be affected is being advised to check with the store it was purchased at or to simply throw out the meat.

Included among the major stores where the products were sold are Extra Foods, No Frills, Real Canadian Wholesale Club, Shop Easy, SuperValu, Real Canadian Superstore, Westfair, Your Independent Grocer, Co-op, Costco, Presto, Club Entrepot, Foodland, Sobeys, Giant Tiger, Walmart and Safeway.

Food contaminated with E. coli may cause serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses. Some people may have seizures, strokes or suffer kidney damage.