Veggie Burgers Recalled Over Listeria Risk

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Veggie Patch is recalling two of its products -- "The Ultimate Meatless Burger" and "Falafel" -- because of possible contamination with listeria.

No illnesses have been reported. Veggie Patch states that it discovered the issue during routine testing of its products.

The recall includes:

  • The Ultimate Meatless Burger: 9-ounce trays with a "Use-By" date of Jan/12/2013 and UPC code 6-10129-00211-5 (check the back of package). These were sold at A&P, Big Y, Food Town, Giant, Roche Bros., and Stop & Shop stores in Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Virginia  -- and in Canada's Costco Saint-Bruno and Brampton stores -- starting on Nov. 21, 2012.
  • Falafel: 9-ounce trays with a "Use-By" date of Jan/15/2013 and UPC code 6-10129-06619-3 (which can be found on back of package). These were sold nationwide at Gristedes, Harris Teeter, Market Basket, and ShopRite starting on Nov. 21, 2012.

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SOURCE: WebMD Health News
Miranda Hitti
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