Recall Alert: Vegetable Products from Grocery Chains Meijer and Trader Joes Could Have Listeria

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As parents you serve your kids vegetables hoping to get them to actually eat something healthy. Unfortunately when food is recalled, that doesn’t make your job any easier. Mann Packing, a company that supplies vegetables to nationwide grocery chains including Meijer and Trader Joes, has just issued a recall for possible listeria contamination.

Over 30 packaged vegetable products, including items like cauliflower florets, asparagus spears, and vegetable party trays, sold at Meijer grocery stores are being recalled. The products are supplied by Mann Packing in Salinas, California. The products under recall by Meijer were sold between September 27 and October 20 in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Wisconsin.

Items from other brand names are also being recalled, including a few from Trader Joes. No illnesses have been reported yet. You can check the full list of items recalled here.

Are you affected by this recall? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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