Kroger recalls "cooked" shrimp products that may actually be raw

Those who eat raw or under-cooked seafood could develop a foodborne illness

Those who eat raw or under-cooked seafood could develop a foodborne illness

Kroger has announced a recall for several of its cooked shrimp products which might actually be raw.

The grocery chain said there's potential for contamination by spoilage organisms or pathogens.

Another recall has been announced and this time it is for cooked shrimp products. The bacteria can lead to a Salmonella infection.

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All of the affected products were produced between Aug. 25 and 26 and have a sell by date of August 25, 2020, and August 26, 2020.

The company has urged customers who have purchased any of the items that have been recalled to return the products for a full refund.

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