April 27, 2015 — A recall has been issued for frozen peas, corn, and broccoli sold under the “Today’s Harvest” brand due to possible Listeria contamination.
No cases of food poisoning have been linked to the recalled products.
The manufacturer, Greystone Foods, LLC, of Birmingham, Alabama, issued the recall after being notified by a supplier that an area of their facility tested positive for Listeria. The positive test came from a non-food contact surface.
The products were only sold at Public Supermarkets in Lakeland, FL. The company does not believe recalled products left the facility, but they are issuing a recall anyway as a precautionary measure.
The frozen vegetables were sold in 32-oz clear plastic bags and marked with a “best-by” date of April 21, 2016 printed along the bottom of the package in black ink.
Recalled products include:
- Today’s Harvest Frozen Field Peas with Snaps
- Today’s Harvest Frozen Broccoli Florets
- Today’s Harvest Frozen Silver Queen Corn
Infections with Listeria monocytogenes can rapidly spread beyond the gastrointestinal system and become life-threatening — especially for young children, older adults, and people with weakened immune systems. Miscarriage and stillbirth can occur in pregnant women.
Symptoms of Listeria infection may include:
- Stiff neck
- Muscle aches
- Loss of balance
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