Photo: Will Waldron, Albany Times Union
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper and Market 32 supermarkets on Monday recalled its deli-sliced American cheese and any prepared foods made with that cheese.
The supermarket chain issued a voluntary manufacturer recall for Great Lakes white and yellow American cheese, which is sold under the Market 32 label. The cheese was sold sliced-to-order, pre-sliced and as cheese ends by the supermarkets’ deli departments.
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The cheese is being recalled by the manufacturer because it may contain small metal fragments, according to the supermarket chain.
Cheese with the following UPC item codes have been recalled:
The following items made by the deli department may have used the affected cheese and is also being recalled:
- All Day Breakfast Sandwich (PLU No. 37914)
- Plain Cheeseburger (PLU No. 27613)
- Bacon American Burger (PLU No. 27599)
- Breakfast Egg and Cheese Sandwich (PLU No. 37913)
- Ben & Bill’s Egg Cheese Sandwich (PLU No. 30202)
- Handheld American Club (PLU No. 47370)
- Ben & Bill’s Grilled Cheeseburger (PLU No. 30714)
- Ben & Bill’s Western Egg Sandwich (PLU No. 30200)
- Breakfast Combo No. 1 Loaded (PLU No. 37889)
- Breakfast Combo No. 2 Loaded (PLU No. 37890)
- Breakfast Combo #3 Loaded (PLU No. 37891)
- Ben & Bill’s Western Omelet (PLU No. 30204)
- Regular White Vegetable Sub (PLU No. 22597500000)
Price Chopper and Market 32 have removed all affected products from store. Customers can return recalled products to a local store for a full refund.
The supermarket chain has also contacted affected customers through its notification program, which connects purchase data and customers phone numbers (on file for the company’s rewards program) to develop alerts.
For more information, customers can, visit greatlakescheese.com or call 440-834-2500.
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