A New Jersey company is recalling 120,000 pounds of ground beef over E. coli concerns.

While there have been no confirmed reports of illnesses connected to the meat, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety division is warning people not to consume the potentially tainted ground beef.

It was produced between February 1st and April 8th and sold under the brand names Nature’s Reserve, Weis, Thomas Farms and Tajima, per the Department of Agriculture.

Health officials are urging people who bought the ground beef to either throw it out or return it to its place of purchase.