If you’re planning on serving a platter of shrimp cocktail at your New Years Eve party, you might want to double check where your shrimp is coming from. Earlier this week, Kroger Co. issued a recall of “nine different kinds of cooked shrimp that actually is raw or under-cooked, raising the risk of food-borne illness.” The affected shrimp was distributed to Kroger stores throughout Ohio, Virginia, and Michigan. Additionally, the shrimp may also be found at “KingSoopers, Frys and Smiths stores.”
According to the recall notice, all the affected shrimp were produced between August 25 and 26, 2018 and have “sell by dates of Aug. 25-26, 2020.” Specific products included in the recall are as follows:
- Sand bar cooked shrimp 26/30, two-pound packages, UPC code 11110-64115.
- Shrimp cooked, tail-on, 26/30, frozen service case, UPC 69439-XXXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp, grab and go service case, UPC 69447-XXXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp cooked, 26/30, seasoned, service case, UPC 69472-XXXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp cooked, 26/30, tail on, frozen service case, UPC 89439-XXXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp cooked, service case, UPC 89461-XXXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp cooked, seasoned, 26/30, service case, UPC 98107-XXXXX. Package size varies.
- Shrimp cocktail, 26/30, UPC 99479-5XXXX, package size varies.
- Shrimp, cooked, peeled, 26/30, UPC 40401-370681, two-pound packages
If you have additional questions regarding the recall, contact the Aqua Star Consumer Hotline at 1-800-232-6280.