Thousands of automobiles, household products, medicines, and supermarket finds are recalled each year. We’re only in the first week of 2022, but there’s already a growing list of food recalls that shoppers should be aware of.
The three groceries included in these redemptions were sold out at some ALDI and Kroger stores. Even though ready-made sandwiches and pet products have been pulled from store shelves, they may still lurk in your home. To help keep your family safe, take some time to check out your kitchen pantry or fridge today–Here is everything you want to know.
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Twenty items were pulled from the Kroger Bakery division in early December 2021, and now another product is being pulled from shelves. According to an advertisement published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), chicken salad croissants sold in clear plastic shellfish may contain unauthorized fish. “People who are allergic to fish are at risk of developing a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product,” the report states.
It was discovered that the croissant may contain tuna salad instead of chicken salad, which calls for a recall.
Kroger stores in Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina received shipments of recalled takeaway sandwiches, which were dispatched on December 30. Packages have “sell before” dates. 01/04/22 The UPC symbols of 8 26766 15578.
According to the announcement, there were no reports of any injuries or illnesses related to the summons. If you have a product that was returned, you must dispose of it now or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
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It’s not just humans who can be affected by grocery store recalls — pet foods have been pulled from shelves before due to potential health risks. ALDI currently remembers dog and cat calendars coming in due to the potential choking hazard.
Daily rewards included in the calendars provided an interactive way for owners to countdown to Christmas with their pets. Special flavors included Salmon and sweet potato.
The pet product recall was issued after “a few customer complaints,” according to the announcement. ALDI said it “immediately removed” the affected items from its stores in early December after discussing complaints with the supplier (Pet Brands, LLC).
“ALDI takes the safety and security of the products it sells very seriously,” the company said. “If customers have a product(s) affected by this voluntary return, they must immediately dispose of it or return it to their local store for a full refund.”
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