Make sure you check your labels because listeria could be lingering among some of your favorite foods throughout freezers in Texas. This isn't just your run of the mill human food staple, it is also used to feed a countless pets and livestock.

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At this time, it doesn't look like the recall is affecting animal products, but considering how much food is processed from frozen materials, you should always keep an eye on the pet labels too when you hear about product recalls.

Exactly how are food recalls identified and handled?

What brand of frozen corn should I be checking?

Right now the products that are being recalled a frozen corn by Twin City Foods in Stanwood, WA, and the mixed frozen vegetables because the same potentially hazardous corn is inside those packages as well. Why on Earth there is corn in a product called mixed vegetables when it is actually a grain is a debate for another time.

What Texas stores carry this brand of corn?

Kroger specifically is asking you to check the labels on their brand of these two products to see if it was packaged with a best use date of February 2024 to July 2024. Food Lion brand is being recalled from eastern and southeastern states, and you should also inspect Signature Select Golden Corn which can be found in Albertsons and other stores.

If you find any of these products in your home, you should return them to where they were purchased for a full refund. You can also always call your local grocery, and ask about product recalls.

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