July 10, 2020

Michigan Stores Sold Recalled Farm Rich Products Linked to E. coli O121 Outbreak

FarmRichMozz22Many stores in Michigan sold the recalled Farm Rich products that are linked to a 15 state E. coli O121 outbreak. Not coincidentally, Michigan and neighboring states Ohio and Indiana have seven of the 24 cases in the lab confirmed outbreak. That bacteria is one of six non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing E. coli that the USDA categorizes as an adulterant in certain raw beef products. Shiga toxin can cause complications such as hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS).

The stores in Michigan that carried the products including the following.  Family Fare on Eaton in Albion; Lake Michigan Drive in Allendale; Capital N.E. in Battle Creek; North Clare Avenue in Harrison; W. State Street in Hastings; S. Washington in Holland; and W. Michigan Avenue in Marshall sold the Farm Rich products.  

Village Market Food Center on Monroe in Allegan carried the products, along with Neiman’s Family Market on US 23 South in Alpena, and Mcdonald’s Food & Family Center on N. Van Dyke Road in Bad Axe. Harding’s Market on Shawnee Road in Bridgman; on E. Main Street, E. Cork Street, Howard Street in KalamazooW. Stadium Drive on Oshtemoand Allegan Street in Plainwell stocked the recalled products.

Leppink’s Food Center on W. Main Street in Belding and Shaw Road in Howard City sold the Farm Rich products. VG’s Grocery on E. Grand River in Brighton; Silver Parkway in Fenton; N. Leroy in Fenton; Corunna Road in Flint; W. Grand River Avenue in Howell; and E. Walton in Pontiac sold the products.

Value Center Marketplace on Harper in Clinton Township, Greenfield Super Market on Puritan in Detroit, and King Cole Foods on Clairmount Street in Detroit carried the snacks. Riverside Market on N. Oak Street in Durand, Heartland Marketplace on 12 Mile Road in Farmington, and Carrow’s Super Market on W. Cadillac Drive in Farwell sold the recalled products.

The Shop – N – Save Food Center on W. Main Street in Fremont sold the products, along with D&W Fresh Market on Breton Road S.E. in Grand Rapids, Neiman’s Family Market on M40 in Hamilton, Glory Supermarket on Woodward Ave. in Highland Park, and Town and Country Market on Portage Street in Kalamazoo. The Hollywood Supermarket on Campbell Road in Madison Heights, Wingert’s Food & Variety Center on E. Main Street in Mayville, Glen’s on Morenci in Mio, and Riverside Market on Vienna Road in Montrose also sold the recalled foods. Martin’s Super Markets on South 11th Street in Niles, Bryan’s Market on N. Lapeer Road in North Branch, and Oleson’s foods on N. U.S. 31 in Petoskey carried the foods.

Finally, Hollywood Super Market on N. Rochester in Rochester Hills, Shop-Rite on Goodrich in Vassar, Value Fresh Marketplace on Ford Road in Westland, Heartland Marketplace on Ford Road in Westland, and Vinckier Foods on S. Main Street in Yale, Michigan sold the recalled foods.

If you shop at one of these stores, please check your freezer to see if you have any of the recalled products. You can see the complete list of recalled products, which include mini pizza slices, mini chicken enchiladas, and mozzarella sticks, on our recall page. And if you have experienced the symptoms of E. coli O121, including watery and/or bloody diarrhea, severe stomach cramps, mild fever, nausea, and vomiting, please see your doctor immediately and ask for a stool test for E. coli O121. If you are part of this outbreak, your doctor must inform the CDC so you are included in the case count. It’s crucial that you get treatment, since complications of this bacterial infection can cause kidney failure, stroke, and death.


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