after contamination fears
Supermarket chain Kroger is recalling some of its shrimp products.
This comes after finding out some of it’s “pre-cooked” shrimp products were not actually fully cooked.The grocery store giant says nine of it’s pre-cooked products may be under-cooked.
In some cases, raw or under-cooked seafood may contain salmonella bacteria which can lead to a dangerous infection. Kroger is urging consumers who purchased one of the affected products to not eat it and return it to any Kroger store for a full refund.
All the products were produced on Aug. 25 or 26, 2018 and have a sell-by date of Aug. 25 or 26, 2020. For a full list of the products involved in the recall click here.
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