Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin is alerting Georgia restaurant owners and managers to the recall of some frozen steak fritters.  The steak fritters were distributed to restaurants and were not for sale directly to consumers.

Advance Food Company, Enid, Okla., is recalling approximately 110,730 pounds of frozen beef steak fritters that may contain foreign materials.

The products being recalled are:
9.75-pound bulk cases of "ADVANCE FOOD COMPANY, Beef Steak Fritter, For Country Frying, Chopped & Formed, Keep Frozen, 13/12.

Each case label bears the establishment number "EST. 2260Y" inside the USDA mark of inspection, a case code of "94612-100" and a "Best if Used By 09/23/2010" sticker located on the end panel. Each case also bears the lot number beginning with "N0239" which is located on the side panel. The steak fritters were produced on September 23, 2009, and distributed to restaurants nationwide and are not available for direct consumer purchase.

The problem was discovered after the company received customer complaints about finding pieces of plastic in the product. Anyone concerned about an injury from consumption of this product should contact a physician.

Consumers and news media with questions about the recall should contact company Vice President Brian Hayden at (580) 616-4131 or (580) 478-3046.