Fieldbrook Foods recalls of Orange Cream Bars

Fieldbrook Foods recalls of Orange Cream Bars

Fieldbrook Foods recalls of Orange Cream Bars

The recalled bars were produced in 2017 on the company's Hoyer 1 Line at its Dunkirk, NY plant. There is zero tolerance for Listeria monocytogenes bacteria in ready to eat products because this pathogenic bacteria can cause serious illness and death.

Fieldbrook Foods Corporation has issued a voluntary recall of 320 cases of the Meijer Purple Cow brand Orange Cream Bars due to the possibility that the product may be contaminated with Lysteria.

The bars are sold at various stores under several names including Aldi Sundae Shoppe brand, Dollar Tree Party Treat brand, Giant Eagle brand, Save-A-Lot World's Fair brand, and Food Club brand.

Symptoms of listeriosis include high fever, severe headache, neck stiffness and nausea. The recall is out of precaution for consumer health and food safety.

Listeria was discovered in a batch of orange cream bars that never made it to market and the larger recall was prompted, the Herald reported.

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Fieldbrook Foods is working with each of these retailers to recall the affected products, the FDA said.

Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1 800/333-0805 x2270.

Customers are asked to discard any unused portions of these products and bring their receipt to Giant for a full refund.

At Bi-Lo, the products were sold under the Southern Home brand, according to a news release from parent company Southeastern Grocers.

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