Trader Joes Recalls Nearly a Dozen Fruit Products That May Cause Food Poisoning

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Trader Joes storefront. (Credit: Mike Mozart/Flickr via Creative Commons).

Trader Joes warned customers Sunday that nearly a dozen products were being recalled because they may contain a bacteria known to cause food poisoning.

As of Sunday the grocery store stated no one had been reported sick, but the following products may contain listeria monocytogenes:

Sold Individually June 2 through July 18th: 

Organic White Nectarine
Organic Yellow Nectarine
White Nectarine
Yellow Nectarine
Organic Yellow Peach
White Peach
Yellow Peach
Organic Dapple Dandy Plumcot

Sold in four-pound boxes on June 2nd through July 19th (Julian Date Codes of 153 through 193):
Trader Joe’s Peaches four-pound box
Trader Joe’s Nectarines four-pound box

Customers were asked to dispose of the products or return them to their local Trader Joes store.

Anyone with questions was asked to contact the store’s customer relations department at 626-599-3817 Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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