Wegmans Food Stores is recalling their Frozen Spinach across the country. It is feared that the Frozen Spinach may be potentially contaminated with pests. The company announced the recall of the Frozen Spinach on March 20. It is yet to share what caused the contamination problem. As of now, sales of contaminated products have been halted, and all known stocks are being recalled from stores across the country.
The recall affects several packages of Steamable Vegetables – Frozen Chopped Spinach 12 oz.
The recalled products were available all across the country and sold through major retailers along with Wegmans stores. Customers could have bought the affected products from their local Walmart, Target, and other major retail stores.
The recalled frozen produce product comes with a UPC code of 0-77890-36964-7, and carries inkjet codes between K30247 20:25 and K30247 22:14. The packets of the recalled frozen produce product also come with the Best Before Date of “JUL 24 24.”
Customers can return the product to the service desk for a full refund.
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