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Fresh vegetables were removed from Wal-Mart

Contributed by on August 29, 2016 at 8:05 am


The possibility of Listeria that can exist in the fresh vegetables forced big grocery stores on the Southeast to recall them.
This bacterium is fatal.
According to Country Fresh officials from Texas, the recall receive some products delivered to the MS, AL, GA, FL, both Carolinas, Virginia, Kentucky, and TN.
All this food has labels from the Country Fresh and such stores as Publix, Wal-Mart, Winn-Dixie, Harris Teeter, Bi-Lo, Quik Trip, Fresh Point, and Spinx. They recalled all the products that were signed with the note “use by” from August 7 to 19.
There are plenty of different infections that listeria can bring. It has a huge influence on children and weak people. Even very healthy clients can receive the whole symptoms with a fever and different pains.
One patient has died in Connecticut in the epidemic in four states of listeria that was this year, few months earlier.
Officials have listed all the products that were recalled. Among them onions, celery, fajita mix, diced pepper, grilling vegetables, mushrooms, green been, and so on. They recalled 45 types of fresh veggies. There are 30 000 different possibilities of harmed products.
The list is available at the official website of the Country Fresh Inc. Right now there are no cases of complains on listeria. It was discovered during an ordinary test in Georgia, by the Agricultural Department.
All the products were cut in the plastic clear containers or wrapped in the clear package, also made from plastic. As far as the products were stamped with the early dates, it is possible that consumers have already bought them.