Recall announced for canteloupe, other packaged fruit sold at Meijer

first_img Recall announced for canteloupe, other packaged fruit sold at Meijer Google+ Pinterest By Network Indiana – October 8, 2020 0 225 (95.3 MNC) Cantaloupe sold at Meijer stores in Indiana is being recalled because of possible Salmonella contamination.The recall includes whole cantaloupe and certain cut cantaloupe fruit trays and bowls in various weights ranging from six to 40 ounces sold between Sept. 26 and Oct. 5 at Meijer stores in Indiana and five other states.The recalled whole cantaloupe will have a sticker label stating Kandy Brand from Eagle Produce, LLC. If it does not have a sticker label to identify it, it should be considered part of the recall, according to the FDA.No illnesses have been reported so far. Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes deadly infections. Symptoms include fever, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.The following packaged products in clear plastic containers under the Meijer brand label include:– 9450 – Gas Station Mixed Melon Chunk Cup– 9505 – Gas Station Mixed Fruit Cup– 9644 – Gas Station Cantaloupe 6 oz– 21921000000 – Fruit Frenzy Bowl 40 oz– 21921400000 – Fruit Tray– 21924800000 – Fruit Tray with Dip– 21932300000 – Cantaloupe Chunks Large PLU 4960– 21933400000 – Mixed Melon Chunks Large Bowl– 21933700000 – Mixed Melon Chunks Small Bowl– 21960100000 – Fruit Frenzy 16 oz Bowl PLU– 21971100000 – Strawberry/Pineapple Cup 6 oz– 21971200000 – Mixed Fruit Cup 6 oz– 21971700000 – Berry Explosion Cup 6 oz– 21971800000 – Mixed Melon Chunk Cup 6 oz– 21984400000 – Mixed Melon Cup– 22012400000 – Mixed Fruit Cup– 22019600000 – Cantaloupe Chunks Small Bowl– 22020000000 – Fruit Frenzy 32 oz Bowl PLU 1– 22021900000 – Cantaloupe and Honeydew Slices– 22022000000 – Mixed Melon Slices– 22045000000 – Fruit Palooza– 22045200000 – Melons & Berries– 22045300000 – Triple Treat & Melon– 22061600000 – Cantaloupe Chunks Large Kosher– 22061700000 – Cantaloupe Chunks Large Kosher– 28873400000 – Fruit SaladIf you have any of the recalled fruit, throw it away or return it to Meijer for a full refund. Google+ IndianaLocalMichiganNews Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Previous article$18M, 400-acre industrial park proposed in Cass CountyNext articleNorth Judson man, 41, sentenced after being caught with 2,000+ images of child pornography Network Indianalast_img