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Fry's recalls ground beef patties across Valley

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Posted: Friday, February 14, 2014 3:17 pm

Ground hamburger patties are being recalled at Fry's grocery stores across the Valley because the product may have been manufactured under unsanitary conditions.

Fry's, a subsidiary of Krogers Co., said the Kroger-brand beef patties "may have been manufactured under unsanitary conditions and without the benefit of full federal inspection," according to a listing on the grocer's recall website.

The recalled beef patties were available for purchase in a variety of family packs including frozen. The items were recalled on Feb. 12 and 13th, according to the website.

The recall also affects Kroger, Ralphs, Food4Less, FoodsCo and Smiths' grocery stores.

Products affected:

- Kroger ground beef patties, family pack, 80 percent, 5 lbs

- Kroger ground beef patties, family pack, 75 percent lean, 5 lbs

- Kroger ground beef patties, family pack, 73 percent lean, 5 lbs

- Kroger ground beef mini-sliders, 85 percent lean, 2.5 lbs

- Kroger frozen ground beef patties, 85 percent lean, 3 lbs

- Kroger frozen ground beef patties, family pack, 80 percent lean, 5 lbs

- Kroger frozen ground beef patties, 80 percent lean, 3 lbs

- Kroger frozen ground beef patties, 93 percent lean, 3 lbs

- Kroger frozen ground beef patties, 73 percent lean, 3 lbs

View more Fry's recalls on their website: www.frysfood.com/recall_alerts

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