Kroger, the nation’s largest supermarket chain, has issued a recall for several of its cooked shrimp products. The grocer announced a potential health hazard, saying that the shrimp – labeled as cooked – may actually be uncooked or undercooked. Customers “should not eat the product” as the undercooked nature “could result in contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogen,” according to the recall post.
According to CBS News, the recall affected Kroger stores in Michigan, Ohio, and Virginia, as well as included Fry's, King Soopers and Smith's grocery stores, which are part of Kroger Co. Customers can return the products for a full refund.
The following products have been affected:
- Sand Bar Peeled / Cooked Shrimp 26/30 CPTO UPC 11110-64115
- Shrimp Cooked, Tail-On 26/30 Frozen Service Case UPC 69439-XXXXX
- Shrimp Grab & Go Service Case UPC 69447-XXXXX
- Shrimp Cooked 26/30 Seasoned Service Case UPC 69472-XXXXX
- Shrimp Cooked Tail-On 26/30 Frozen Service Case UPC 89439-XXXXX
- Shrimp 26/30 Cooked Service Case UPC 89461-XXXXX
- Shrimp Cooked 26/30 Seasoned Service Case UPC 98107-XXXXX
- Shrimp Cocktail 26/30 UPC 99479-5XXXX
- Peeled Cooked Shrimp 26/30 UPC 40401-370681