Due to the possibility of Listeria monocytogenes contamination, the Gresham, OR-based Scenic Fruit Company is recalling frozen organic pineapple and frozen fruit blends containing organic pineapple.
Due to the fact that the fruit’s best-by dates extend into 2024, consumers may have the recalled fruit in their homes.
Due to the possibility of Listeria monocytogenes being present, the recall is being initiated in response to Sunrise Growers Inc.’s recall. In the Sunrise Growers Inc. recall, numerous national major brands were involved. You can find the entire recall here.
Health Food stores in California, Illinois, Indiana, Florida, Maryland, Oregon, and Texas sold the recalled goods nationwide at Trader Joe’s retail locations.
There have been no illnesses linked to this voluntary recall as of the posting of this recall.
The recalled products should not be consumed by consumers. The items should be disposed of or returned to the place of purchase for a full refund to those who have purchased them.
Concerning Listeria infections, despite the fact that food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not smell or look spoiled, it can still result in serious infections that can even be fatal. If you’ve eaten any of the recalled cheese and have symptoms of Listeria infection, you should go to the doctor and tell them about the possible exposure to Listeria.
Also, anyone who has eaten any of the recalled products should keep an eye out for symptoms in the coming weeks because symptoms of listeriosis can appear up to 70 days after exposure.
Vomiting, nausea, a persistent fever, muscle aches, a severe headache, and stiff neck are all signs of a Listeria infection. Because Listeria infections can mimic other diseases, they must be diagnosed using specific laboratory tests.
People with weakened immune systems, cancer patients, and pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to serious illnesses, life-threatening infections, and other complications. Even though pregnant women who are infected may only experience mild symptoms resembling those of the flu, their infections can result in a stillbirth, an infection of the newborn, or even a premature birth.