Peaches Have Been Recalled. Here’s What We Know.

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Dang, another recall in addition to the Strawberry recalls we posted about earlier.

This one is for peaches and the majority of them have been sold by Brookshire Grocery Company in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas last month.

The FDA has said that the peaches may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes

So far the recall on peaches is for Yellow Flesh Peaches that were sold between April 15th, 2022, and May 17th, 2022.

These recalled peaches were sold in the following stores:

  • Brookshire’s retail stores
  • Super 1 Foods
  • Spring Market and FRESH by Brookshire’s

The peaches were imported from Chile and the PLU stickers may say “CHILE’ and/or “TREE RIPE YELLOW PEACH” and the PLU code is 4044.

Please check your freezers and if you happen to not remember if you bought and froze, canned, or stored these peaches during the time period above, when in doubt… throw it out!

The Texas Department of State Health Services tested for Listeria at a Brookshire distribution center and issued the recall once the results came back positive for Listeria.

At this time Brookshire has not had any reports of illnesses from the recalled peaches.

Symptoms of illness from Listeria monocytogenes include a high fever, severe headaches, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea resulting in a mild illness.

It can be much more dangerous for the elderly, people who are chronically ill, and children, and in those cases, it could be deadly.

If you happen to be pregnant, Listeria can cause miscarriages and stillbirths, so if you think you may be sick please get checked right away.

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