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Colorado and Wyoming Stores Want Bad Nebraska Beef Back

Two units of the Kroger grocery store empire, King Soopers and City Markets, who are unfortunate enough to be big customers of Nebraska Beef Limited are asking their own customers for help recovering E. coli tainted beef.

The Denver-based King Soopers and City Market stores are asking customers to check for the following recalled frozen ground beef patties:

  • Kroger Ground Beef Patties – 73% Lean / 27% Fat in 3-pound packages with a "sell by" date of 11/06/08 and the following UPC code: 11110 97981.
  • Kroger Ground Beef Family Pack – 73% Lean / 27% Fat in 6-pound packages with a "sell by" date of 11/06/08 and the following UPC code: 11110 97988.
  • Kroger Ground Sirloin Beef Patties – 85% Lean / 15% Fat in 2.5-pound packages with a "sell by" date of 11/06/08 and the following UPC code: 11110 97987.

King Soopers and City Market stores have placed signs with specific information in their meat departments to notify customers. King Soopers and City Market operate 142 stores in Colorado and Wyoming.

Consumers with questions about the recall should call 1-800-632-6900

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