Stop & Shop recalls Amy’s Kitchen frozen items amid Listeria scare

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – Stop & Shop stores are pulling popular Amy’s Kitchen frozen food items because of possible Listeria contamination, the company announced Monday.

Stop & Shop representatives say no customers have contracted the illness, which is uncommon but potentially fatal, especially for people with weakened immune systems.

The products included in the recall are:

Enchilada Verde Whole Meal, 10 oz., UPC 4227200085; lot number 10-A305

Garden Vegetable Lasagna, 10.3 oz., UPC 4227200041; lot numbers 30-B025 and 30-C095

Gluten Free Tofu Scramble Breakfast Wrap, 5.5 oz., UPC 4227200807; lot numbers 30-A265 and 30-B025

Spinach Pizza, 14 oz., UPC 4227200102; lot numbers 30-A285 and 30-B105

Tofu Scramble, 9 oz., UPC 4227200054; lot number 10-A305

Vegetable Lasagna, 9.5 oz., UPC 4227200032; lot numbers 30-A215, 30-A305, 30-B115, 30-C045

Customers who have purchased any of the recalled products are asked to throw away the food and bring their receipt to Stop & Shop for a full refund.

Listeria can cause high fever, severe headache, neck stiffness and nausea, as well as stillbirths and miscarriages.  Generally, healthy people don’t contract Listeria, but infants, the elderly, pregnant women and people with diseases such as HIV could be at risk.


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