A Georgia company is recalling millions of frozen beef patties that may have been infected with E. coli.
Some of them could have been sold in the Bryan College Station Area.
One area store manager confirms HEB headquarters notified all three Bryan College Station locations to pull meat patties made by the Flanders Provision Company.
The patties from Flanders Provision Company were sold at HEB stores under the following names: Flanders Bun Buster, Flanders Beef Patties, America's Pride Beef Patties, Grill Master Beef Patties, Value Time Beef Patties, Flanders Homestyle Cubed Beef Patties and Flanders Patty Mix.
Also recalled are the 5-pound boxes of beef with Codes 05052, 05053, 05055, 05060, 05061, 05062, 05066 and 05069.
If you bought any of the products, HEB will give you a full refund.
There have not yet been reports of anyone getting sick.
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