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Georgia Firm Recalls Frozen Ground Beef Patties For Possible E. coli O157:H7

FSIS reports that Flanders Provision Co., Inc., a Waycross, Ga., establishment, is adding to their voluntary recall of 900,000 frozen ground beef patties that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7 with an additional 184,000 pounds.
The products subject to recall include:
• Two- and five-pound packages of “FLANDERS QUARTER POUND BEEF PATTIES.” Packages contain the production code,”05176″
• Five-pound packages of “SAVER’S CHOICE QUARTER POUND BEEF PATTIES.” Packages contain the production code, “05176.”
The initial recall included:
• 3-and 5-pound packages of “FLANDERS BUN BUSTER, 100% Beef Burgers.”
• 5-and 10-pound packages of “FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES.”
• 10-pound packages of “FLANDERS HOMESTYLE CUBED BEEF PATTIES.”
• 5-pound packages of “FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES.”
• 2- and 5-pound packages of “FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES.”
• 10-pound packages of “FLANDERS PATTY MIX.”
In addition, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. removed all 5-pound packages of “FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES” from their shelves.

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