Frozen Food Recalled From Walmart Due To Listeria Concerns

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If you regularly shop for groceries at Walmart, you may want to check your freezer. There have been a few recalls of frozen foods over the last few months due to possible Listeria concerns.

Here are the previous products which have been recalled so far in 2017:


Listeria is a type of bacterial infection that causes fever, muscle aches, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions. Listeria in pregnant women can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, premature delivery, or life-threatening infection of the newborn.

“Consumers are urged not to consume these products. Consumers who purchased these products may take them back to the store where they purchased them for a refund or simply discard them,” according to the most recent recall notice.

Here is the most recent products that have been recalled. 
“These recalled products were distributed to a customer distribution center in Louisiana and may have been redistributed to stores in Louisiana and Mississippi,” according to the recall notice. “The affected retail customer has been notified of this recall and instructed to remove any recalled product from retail store shelves and inventories.”
Listeria can take up to 70 days to present itself after exposure.

Great Value branded 32-ounce plastic zip-top bags of frozen, organic, dark sweet pitted cherries.

  • Best By Date of 08/10/19 on the back of the bag;
  • UPC number of 078742126166; and
  • Lot code FED722211 or FED722212.

Source: Tree Top Fruit