It looks like a lot of people still have their favorite burger-like flavors on their hamburgers, but now the recall for some of them is back on the shelves, and it looks like they’re not going to be available for another week or two.
According to the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the recall was first issued on May 28.
The FDA confirmed to Polygon that they issued the recall on May 29 and confirmed that it was extended until July 11, and that all the burgers affected have been recalled to avoid the possibility of food poisoning.
In the recall, the FSSIS says the hamburger is marked with the “G.L. Bean” logo, “Ham & Eggs” and “Hamburger Helper” as well as “Habana.”
It also says that “the brand may have a recall number of FSWB 0-11 or FSWP 0-12.”
The recall is still available online, but according to the FHS, the recall is no longer valid for new shipments.
That means that the products in question are no longer available for purchase.
That’s why we’re bringing them back.
We don’t have any further information at this time.
But, as a precaution, we are also releasing a recall notice for these Hamburger Helpers.
So, if you have these hamburgel-like products in your home, you can get them at the retail stores for just $2.99 a can, which is $3.95 less than what you’d pay for them online.
As of now, the product is still only available in grocery stores and specialty stores.
This is the same kind of recall that has been happening for years.
It’s not a new thing, either, and the same type of recall for the other ingredients was issued in 2015.
There were other recall issues related to the same brands, too.
Last year, a recall was issued for Hamburger Pizzeria’s burger, but the company had to withdraw the recall after complaints from customers.
The company had also recalled Hamburger Chicken, but that recall was later reinstated.
For its part, the company has since released a statement saying that it is investigating the situation and that it will be adding to the recall list.
“The recall was announced in May of this year and we’re investigating the issue,” the statement reads.
“We are working closely with our suppliers and we will update our consumers when more information becomes available.”
We reached out to Hamburger to get more information about the recall and whether they had anything to add, but they did not respond at the time of publication.