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E coli O157
E. coli O157:H7 bacteria in cow manure can get onto beef and ground into hamburger patties. One bite of a contaminated burger could kill someone.

August 5, 2010 – In cooperation with Valley Meat Company’s recall of one million pounds of frozen ground beef patties that may be contaminated with E coli O157:H7, Safeway Inc. is voluntarily recalling the following Butcher’s Cut frozen ground beef patties sold in Safeway, Vons, Pavilions and Pak ‘N Save stores in California, Nevada, and Hawaii:

  • Butcher’s Cut 100% Ground Beef Patties 73% Lean/ 27% Fat. 2.5 pound, 10-count packages sold after January 13, 2010. (2,388 resealable packages)
  • Butcher’s Cut 100% Ground Beef Patties 80% Lean/ 20% Fat. 2.5 pound, 10-count packages sold after January 12, 2010. (1,008 resealable packages)
  • Butcher’s Cut 100% Ground Beef Patties 73% Lean/ 27% Fat. 128 ounce, 32-count boxes sold after January 12, 2010. (279 boxes)

The recalled products were stamped with a “Best Before” date of January 7, 2011. The “Best Before” date could be found near the zipper lock of the 10-count packages and on the side of the 32-count cases. Customers were asked to discard these products or return them to their local store for a full refund.

No illnesses were reported in connection with Butcher’s Cut products. However, illnesses have been reported in connection with other recalled ground beef produced by Valley Meat Company.

f you have been diagnosed with E. coli O157:H7 after eating a frozen ground beef patty, contact our law firm about testing any recalled frozen beef patties you have for E coli contamination.

Attorney Fred Pritzker represents E. coli poisoning victims nationwide. To contact him about a Valley Meat E. coli lawsuit, please call toll-free at 1-888-377-8900 or submit the firm’s free case consultation form.