Recall issued for fruit sold at fast food and grocery retailers

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Products containing apples sold at Burger King, McDonald’s and other food retailers in Iowa, Illinois and other states are being recalled because of possible Listeria contamination.

Missa Bay, LLC issued a voluntary recall for products containing diced or sliced apples with use-by dates between July 8,2012 and August 20, 2012.

The recalled products were distributed in Iowa, Illinois and 36 other states.

The recalled products include two-ounce packages of BK Fresh Apple Slices sold at Burger King, 5.75-ounce Fruit & Walnut Snacks sold at McDonalds and numerous products containing apples and sold under the “Ready Pac” and “Wawa” labels.

Get the complete list of products included in the recall, click here.

Consumers who purchased an affected product should record the use-by date or UPC number, dispose of the product and contact Ready Pac Consumer Affairs for a full refund at (800) 800-7822 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific time.  

The recall is voluntary and no illnesses have been reported.