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RECALL: Peaches, Plums, and Nectarines Could Be Tainted with Listeria

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Yet another recall has hit the shelves of a store near you. This time, it's something really surprising. It's fresh fruit.

The FDA has announced that peaches, nectarines, and plums sold in more than a dozen states could potentially be tainted with Listeria monocytogenes. Jac. Vandenberg, Inc. of Yonkers, New York has recalled 1,727 cartons of peaches, 1,207 cartons of nectarines and 365 cartons of plums.

The fruit was distributed in the following states: Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Virginia.

If you live in one of those states, beware of peaches, plums, and nectarines from Aldis, Costco, Fairway Market, Hannaford, Market Basket, and WalMart.

The FDA reports:

The peaches and nectarines are sold as a bulk retail produce item with PLU sticker (PLU# 4044, 3035, 4378) showing the country of origin of Chile. The peaches, nectarines and plums sold at ALDI are packaged in a 2-pound bag with the brand Rio Duero, EAN# 7804650090281, 7804650090298, 7804650090304. The nectarines sold at Costco are packaged in a 4-pound plastic clamshell with the brand Rio Duero, EAN# 7804650090212.

The recall was the result of a routine sampling program by the packing house which revealed that the finished products contained the bacteria. The company has ceased the distribution of the product as FDA and the company continue[s] their investigation as to what caused the problem.  (source)

If you have purchased any of these goods from any of these places, you can return them to the store for a full refund. If you have questions, you can contact the company at compliance@jacvandenberg.com.

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