All 44 Frozen Foods Wal-Mart’s Recalling Right Now

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Food recalls at grocery stores often go unnoticed, leaving people unaware that the food they’re eating could be tainted with dangerous bacteria. Finding out through a trip to the emergency room is not what we want.

Last year, an outbreak of listeria hit multiple states due to contaminated frozen produce. After some people got sick, it was later discovered that multiple companies were selling products that were either tainted or possibly tainted. Therefore, a recall was issued. 

What’s particularly dangerous about Listeria is that symptoms of Listeriosis can take up to 70 days to appear. People will write off the symptoms as being related to something else. But pregnant women and the elderly have the highest risk of contracting it.

Symptoms may be flu-like, and include fever, muscle ache, diarrhea, fatigue, and vomiting. Listeriosis is extremely threatening during pregnancy and can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, or premature delivery. Infections can be fatal in children, the elderly, or those with weak immune systems.

Though the recall for these products was issued last year, it’s possible that people still have these items in their freezers because of their 2017 expiration dates. The FDA states that the products can either be returned to the store for a refund or destroyed.

Multiple retailers may have been carrying them including Wal-Mart, Target, and Sprouts Farmers Market. Check below to see if you may have purchased any from Wal-Mart or another seller:

Bountiful Harvest Green Peas 40 oz. 6E11B1N

Bountiful Harvest Green Peas 40 oz. 6E11C1N

Bountiful Harvest Green Peas 40 oz. 6E11D1N

Bountiful Harvest Green Peas 40 oz. 6E11E1N

First Street Green Peas 12 oz.     BEST IF USED BY 10 28 2017

First Street Green Peas 40 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 06 2 2017

First Street Green Peas 40 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 11 2017

Great Value Mixed Vegetables 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 07 06 2017

Great Value Mixed Vegetables 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 07 20 2017

Great Value Mixed Vegetables 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 07 27 2017

Great Value Mixed Vegetables  12 oz.  BEST IF USED BY 10 25 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    12 oz. BEST IF USED BY 10 26 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.  BEST IF USED BY 07 18 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.  BEST IF USED BY 09 28 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 10 07 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 10 26 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 11 03 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 11 11 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 10 17

Great Value Mixed Vegetables    26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 12 08 17

Great Value Steamable Mixed Vegetables  BEST IF USED BY 10 04 17

Great Value Steamable Mixed Vegetables  BEST IF USED BY 10 09 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 03 02 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 08 06 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 10 14 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.   BEST IF USED BY 10 21 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 10 20 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 02 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 03 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 12 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 04 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 10 14 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 04 17

Great Value Sweet Peas 26 oz.    BEST IF USED BY 11 15 17

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.     NY6076C3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076D3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.     NY6076E3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076F3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076G3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076H3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076J3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.    NY6076K3N

Live Smart Mixed Vegetables       32 oz.   NY6076L3N

Market Pantry Sweet Peas           32 oz.    Best by 17 SEP 2017

Sprouts Farmers Market Mixed Vegetables  16 oz.    USE BY 08 02 18 6B08G3N

Keep in mind that Wal-Mart is not the only retailer who pulled batches of these frozen foods. For further verification, click on the link below for the FDA’s list. To stay up to date on food recalls, you can also sign up for safety alerts on their website.

Is there something on this list that you have or may have had? Do you stay on top of product recalls?

Sources:

New York State Department of Health
U.S. Food & Drug Administration
Food Safety News


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8 thoughts on “All 44 Frozen Foods Wal-Mart’s Recalling Right Now

  1. I did a stint as a truck driver for a while. Delivered to some Wal-Marts. Reefer trailer. Fruit, vegetables, and kinda frozen meat (bagged chicken quarters). Long story short. Don’t buy a Damn thing from Wally World unless it comes in a metal can. Then as you’re opening said can, think hard about growing or raising your own. You wouldn’t even eat what comes out cans if you ever saw the loading dock.

  2. They still have walmarts? Figured they would have shut down by now. Can’t remember the last time I used a fed note there… Surely 10years.
    Jk.
    While I have not spent there for ages, when I go with a friend that is going i just count morbidly obese people. Aloud! It’s fun and I usually get at least to 20. That is if 30people are there.
    Not very hush about it and have fat shamed a few people. Just ones with obese kids and can’t speak coherently. I leave the retards alone.

    1. Sounds like the Walmarts I’ve been to and sounds exactly the kind of clientele they cater to and the kind of employees that represent them.

  3. I love going to Wal-Mart.

    I would say it’s like visiting an insane asylum and a pig farm at the same time.

    Then when I get out I say….

    Thank god.

    Plus the parking lots are setup so badly.

    I think they’re designed by insurance agencies.

  4. I’m retired now, but I was barred from Walmart! lol! They went to the new policy of having to pay them to unload their shit! I told them if they want it, unload it. They refused to unload & I refused to pay. So after a 2 hr. stand off, they unloaded their crap & sent a certified letter to the boss to keep me off of their property. Broke my heart. If the truckers would have stood up for each other, (like in the bad old union days), that crap would have been stopped right quick. Their meat & produce is not fit to bring home, in my humble opinion.

  5. This is what happens when we deal with corrupted corporations that don’t care the Walmart in Ohio took meats cheese milk and yogurt off the shelf’s what are they really bidding from the people out their

  6. Walmart stores in Boise, along with Winco, have nothing but nice and helpful people. At each place, over the last year or two, I’ve absent-mindedly left my wallet behind. Each time, there was been a clerk running after me to return it. As I prefer to use cash, there was likely $2-300 in it.

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