A Kentucky-based distributor recalls frozen fruit that was sold there. Examine these codes.
If you like smoothies or adding frozen fruit to your cereal for breakfast, you might want to check your freezer to be sure none of the items there have been recalled. A voluntary recall of certain frozen fruit items was been announced by Sunrise Growers, a division of the global food corporation SunOpta, in connection with a probable listeria contamination of pineapple. As of June 21, no illnesses were connected to the voluntary recall, per the recall notification.
The brands, goods, and lot numbers to search for on the packaging are listed below, along with information about this potentially hazardous bacteria.
WHICH FROZEN FRUIT PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN RECALLED?
The goods have been offered for sale in Walmart, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Target, and Aldi stores in Kentucky and other states.
Great Value Mixed Fruit packaged in a 16-ounce plastic bag (70,360 cases) with the following lot codes:
FMX235003, best by Dec. 16, 2024 FMX235101, best by Dec. 17, 2024 FMX303903, best by Feb. 8, 2025 FMX304003, best by Feb. 9, 2025 FMX305401, best by Feb. 23, 2025 FED306961, best by March 10, 2025 FMX300902, best by Jan. 9, 2025 FMX301806, best by Jan. 18, 2025 FMX304102, best by Feb. 9, 2025 FMX305102, best by Feb. 20, 2025 FMX306907, best by March 10, 2025 FMX303313, best by Feb. 2, 2025 FMX303803, best by Feb. 7, 2025 FMX305202, best by Feb. 21, 2025 FED306861, best by March 10, 2025
Great Value Dark Sweet Cherries packaged in a 16-ounce plastic bag (3,305 cases) with the lot code FED308962 and a best-by date of March 30, 2025.
Great Value Mango Chunks packaged in a 16-ounce plastic bag (8,569 cases) with the lot code FED306161 with a best-by date of March 2, 2025.
Whole Foods: 365 Organic Tropical Fruit Medley packaged in a 32-ounce plastic bag (34,578 cases) with the following lot codes:
FED302652, best by Jan. 26, 2024
FED302751, best by Jan. 7, 2024
FED231851, best by Nov. 14, 2023
FED228452, best by Oct. 11, 2023
FED228551, best by Oct. 12, 2023
FED305351, best by Feb. 22, 2024
FED312452, best by May 3, 2024
365 Organic Pineapple Chunks packaged in a 10-ounce plastic bag (14,946 cases) with the following lot codes:
FED303011, best by Jan. 30, 2025
FED303111, best by Jan. 31, 2025
FED225611, best by Sept. 13, 2024
FED303131, best by Jan. 31, 2025
FED307531, best by March 16, 2025
FED225711, best by Sept. 14, 2024
FED311631, best by April 26, 2025
FED225511, best by Sept. 12, 2024
FED225811, best by Sept. 15, 2024
365 Pineapple Chunks packaged in a 16-ounce plastic bag (8,049 cases) with the following lot codes:
FED303132, best by Jan. 31, 2025
FED303133, best by Jan. 31, 2025
FED303231, best by Feb. 1, 2025
FED303431, best by Feb. 3, 2025
FED307532, best by March 16, 2025
FED307631, best by March 17, 2025
365 Organic Whole Strawberries packaged in a 32-ounce plastic bag (13,017 cases) with lot codes:
FED305451 and a best-by date of Feb. 23, 2025, as wells as FED305551 with a best-by date of Feb. 24, 2025.
What to do if you have a product that has been renamed frozen fruit?
If you realise you purchased one or more of the packets of frozen fruit, the recall notice advises you not to eat it and to return it to the store for a full refund. The products should be removed from the shelves and stock of the impacted stores. The notice states that "all other Sunrise Growers products with different lot codes or best-by dates are not affected by this recall." You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-490-5591 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time if you bought a recalled product.