April 18, 2024

Kroger Shrimp Recalled For Potential Health Hazard

Kroger is recalling cooked shrimp that was actually sold raw or undercooked because they could be a potential health hazard. That means the shrimp could be contaminated with spoilage bacteria or with bacteria that could make you sick. The Kroger shrimp was sold in stores in parts of Michigan, central and northwest Ohio, and northwestern Virginia. This recall also includes Fry’s, King Soopers, and Smith’s grocery stores that are part of the Kroger chain. Specific stores where the product may have been sold were not listed.

The recall includes these Kroger shrimp products with use by dates of 8/25/20 and 8/26/20:

  • Sand Bar Peeled/Cooked Shrimp 26/30 CPTO  with UPC number 11110-64115 in 2 pound packages.
  • Shrimp Cooked, Tail-On 26/30 Frozen Service Case with UPC number 69439-XXXXX in variable sizes.
  • Shrimp Grab & Go Service Case with UPC number 69447-XXXXX in variable sizes
  • Shrimp Cooked 2630 Seasoned Service Case with UPC number 69472-XXXXX in variable sizes
  • Shrimp Cooked Tail-On 26/30 Frozen Service Case with UPC number 89439-XXXXX in variable sizes
  • Shrimp 26/30 Cooked Service Case with UPC number 89461-XXXXX in variable sizes
  • Shrimp Cooked 26/30 Seasoned Service Case with UPC number 98107-XXXXX in variable sizes
  • Shrimp Cocktail 26/30 with UPC number 99479-5XXXX
  • Peeled Cooked Shrimp 26/30 with UPC number 40401-370681 in 2 pound packages

If you purchased any of these products, don’t eat them and don’t cook the shrimp and then eat it; bacteria can produce toxins that are heat-resistant. Throw them away after wrapping the package in foil or plastic wrap so other people and animals can’t eat them. You can also return the shrimp to the place of purchase for a refund.

Kroger Shrimp Recall

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