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Frozen Vegetables Recalled Due to Glass

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Do not eat your veggies!

You want your kids to eat their vegetables, not but not these vegetables.  Pictsweet Co. has issued a voluntary recall of packages containing frozen vegetables sold at Wal-Mart nationwide and Kroger stores in the Southeast because they may contain glass fragments.

No reports of injuries have been received so far, but if you’ve got any of the following products in your freezer, you should most definitely not eat them:

  • Kroger 12-ounce Green Peas (UPC 11110 89736). Production Codes of 1440BU, 1440BV, 1440BW, and 1600BD
  • Kroger 12-ounce Peas and Carrots (UPC 11110 89741). Production Codes of 1960BD and 1960BE
  • Great Value 12-ounce Steamable Sweet Peas (UPC 78742 08369). Best by dates of July 20, 2012; July 21, 2012
  • Great Value 12-ounce Steamable Mixed Vegetables (UPC 78742 08026). Best by date of July 15, 2012

Pictsweet is one of the largest suppliers of frozen vegetables in the country and the recall involves about 24,000 pounds of product.  If haven’t purchased any, don’t.  And if you have, you are advised to return the frozen vegetables to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For more information, contact Pictsweet at 1-800-367-7412, extension 417, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Daylight Time, Monday through Friday.

Image: Robert Clouse-Baker/Flickr

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