Price Chopper Issues Cheese Recall
If you bought American cheese at Price Chopper, make sure you check to see if you have the recalled brand.
Here is what you need to know, according to News Channel 13, the grocery chain Price Chopper and Market 32 Supermarkets have issued a voluntary manufacturer recall on Great Lakes Cheese, both the white and yellow American cheese varieties.
The reason for the recall is that the company says that some of the recalled cheese may have the presence of "small metal foreign matter."
If you purchased cheese at Price Chopper or at a Market 32 store, the cheese would have been fresh sliced to order, pre-sliced grab 'n go, or "cheese ends". The cheese would have been sold in the deli department with the Market 32 label on it and have the UPC Item Codes:
The supermarket chain also announced recalls of the following prepackaged items that would have been prepared in the deli department:
All Day Breakfast Sandwich 37914
Cheeseburger (plain) 27613
Bacon American Burger 27599
Breakfast Egg and Cheese Sandwich 37913
Ben & Bill’s Egg Cheese Sandwich 30202
Handheld American Club 47370
Ben & Bill’s Grilled Cheeseburger 30714
Ben & Bill’s Western Egg Sandwich 30200
Breakfast Combo #1 Loaded 37889
Breakfast Combo #2 Loaded 37890
Breakfast Combo #3 Loaded 37891
Ben & Bill’s Western Omelet 30204
Regular White Vegetable Sub 22597500000
All of the affected recalled products have been removed from store shelves. If you did purchase any of the recalled products you can return items to your local store for a full refund.