Jack Brown Produce apples sold in Kroger recalled for possible Listeria

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Jack Brown Produce is recalling apples sold in Kroger stores from Dec. 12 – Dec. 19 for possible Listeria Monocytogenes. According to Duffey Communications, some of those were sold in local Kroger stores in Georgia.

Consumers are being advised that due to a potential health hazard, customers who purchased any of the item(s) below should not eat the produce as may be contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes. If eaten, it could result in severe illness to those individuals who are pregnant or have a weakened immune system.

You are advised to return the product to the Kroger store for a full refund.

Product PLU Purchased Between: Size
MICHIGAN APPLES – FUJI

 

4131 12/12/17

thru

12/19/17

Large
MICHIGAN APPLES – FUJI

 

4132 12/12/17

thru

12/19/17

Lunch Box
MICHIGAN APPLES – GALA 4129 12/12/17

thru

12/19/17

Lunch Box

 

Consumers may contact:  Jack Brown Produce @ 1(800) 348-0834

“We are sorry for this inconvenience.  Your safety is important to us,” Duffey Communications announced on behalf of Kroger.

The FDA posted a copy of the Jack Brown Produce Recall on its website.

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