Vol­un­tary Re­call of “Fresh Frozen” line of prod­ucts - CFL ad­vises cus­tomers to re­turn prod­uct to stores

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

In­ven­ture Foods Inc. out of the USA has is­sued a vol­un­tary re­call of its “Fresh Frozen” line of frozen veg­eta­bles and some va­ri­eties of its Jamba "At Home" line of smoothie kits. The re­call was is­sued af­ter lis­te­ria was found in one of the com­pany's fa­cil­i­ties fol­low­ing a rou­tine FDA in­spec­tion.

While In­ven­ture Foods has not re­ceived any con­sumer claims re­lated to ill­ness from th­ese prod­ucts, they are be­ing re­called out of an abun­dance of cau­tion and part of a com­mit­ment to the ab­so­lute qual­ity of its prod­ucts.

Some items which form part of the “Fresh Frozen” re­call are cur­rently sold at CFL stores. The com­pany has al­ready ac­ti­vated its in­ter­nal food re­call pro­ce­dures and has re­moved all ex­ist­ing in­ven­tory of the said prod­ucts from its su­per­mar­ket shelves and ware­house.

Any­one who pur­chased the “Fresh Frozen” prod­uct lines from CFL can re­turn them to the CFL store where the pur­chase was made for a full re­fund. The prod­ucts in­clude "Fresh Frozen" black­ber­ries, blue­ber­ries, peaches, straw­ber­ries, peaches, trop­i­cal berry blend, brus­sel sprouts, Cal­i­for­nia blend, chopped spinach, corn on the cob, cut broc­coli, cut corn, green beans, okra, green peas, mixed veg­eta­bles, zen green beans, veg­etable stir fry and veg­etable combo.

CFL has al­ready in­formed the Min­istry of Health's En­vi­ron­men­tal Depart­ment and the St. Lu­cia Bureau of Stan­dards of steps taken to date, in re­la­tion to how the re­call has been han­dled by the com­pany.

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