Parent company of Winn-Dixie issues voluntary recall over listeria concerns
BATON ROUGE - Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of Winn-Dixie stores, is issuing a voluntary recall of multiple 'Country Fresh' produce products.
The recall is due to listeria concerns but no illnesses have been reported, according to a news release.
The Country Fresh products were packaged under the Southeastern Grocers, or SEG, label.
The affected products and corresponding UPC codes are:
SEG Tri Pepper Dice – 3825911565 (6 oz. package)
SEG Stir Fry Vegetable - 3825911781 (10 oz. package)
SEG Fajita Blend - 3825911785 (12 oz. package)
SEG Vegetable Kabob – 3825911592 (23 oz. package)
The packages have a "sell by" date ranging from August 12 to August 20. Anyone still in possession of the product should throw it away or return it to the store.
Customers with questions about the recalled products may contact the Southeastern Grocers customer call center at (866) 946-6349.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Odd monolith sculpture discovered in Utah desert
State leaders choose contractors for massive I-10 widening project
Vehicle fire causes slowdown on I-10 W at Lobdell
EBR schools feel unable to meet educational needs of certain students due...
Planned Parenthood in Louisiana may lose funding
Catholic freshman Daniel Beale has been thrown into super stardom thanks to...
Can Jameis Winston lead this Saints offense?; Fantasy Focus Week 11 with...
Fans' Choice Award Winner 2020: Week 7 - Baylor Langlois
Clay Polk is Central football's master of mystery
Late defensive stands and timely passing give Catholic 27-21 win over Acadiana