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Frankie Gianino's, 1209 West Main Street, Imperial, MO 63052, United States

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Employee test positive for Covid-19

2 years ago

An employee at Frankie Gianino’s at 1209 Main Street in Imperial has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Anyone who visited the location between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. July 1 could have been exposed to the coronavirus.

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- Primal Patties – Beef Formula, 6 lb, Case UPC: 854495006173, Unit UPC: 850334004164, Lot code number: W10068709, Best by date: 05/22/23.

The lot code number and best by date can be found on the back of the product packaging above the Primal Pet Foods Inc. red oval logo. Only lot code number W10068709 is included is this recall.

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