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November 27, 2009: Foreign Materials Found in Beef Steak Fritters

Advance Food Company, located in Enid, Oklahoma, has recalled the following products.

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This is due to the possibility that it may contain foreign objects.

  • 9.75-pound bulk cases of "ADVANCE FOOD COMPANY, Beef Steak Fritter, For Country Frying, Chopped & Formed, Keep Frozen, 13/12.  

An image of the label can be seen here View Label. 

Each case label bears the establishment number "EST. 2260Y" inside the USDA mark of inspection, a case code of "94612-100" and a "Best if Used By 09/23/2010" sticker located on the end panel. Each case also bears the lot number beginning with "N0239" which is located on the side panel. The products were produced on September 23, 2009, and distributed to restaurants nationwide and are not available for direct consumer purchase.

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