Topps Brand Hamburger Patties Recalled For Possible E. coli Contamination

Topps brand hamburgers have been voluntarily recalled by Price Chopper supermarkets in response to a warning issued by the New York State Department of Agriculture. According to the health department, two people in Albany became ill with E. coli food poisoning after eating the hamburgers.

The ground beef patties subject to the recall are sold in 5-pound boxes containing 20 quarter-pound hamburgers with the sell by date of June 22, 2008, and in 3-pound boxes containing 12 quarter-pounders with the sell by date of July 23, 2008. In both cases the date is followed by “EST 9748. “


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