Harris Teeter recalls seafood products


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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Officials said Harris Teeter grocery stores are recalling eight seafood products that may be contaminated with listeria bacteria.

The Winston-Salem Journal reported that the bacteria can cause serious or life-threatening illness and are most commonly found in raw foods.

Symptoms of illness can include fever, muscle aches, nausea or diarrhea. Harris Teeter said it was told by its manufacturer 3 Fish Inc. that certain crab and lobster products contain onions that may be contaminated with listeria.

Customers who may have bought the following products between Sept. 3 and Sept. 7 are asked to return them to a Harris Teeter store for a full refund:

Crab Stuffed Flounder, UPC #0020822400000

Crab Stuffed Salmon, UPC #0020822500000

Crab Stuffed Tilapia, UPC #0020822600000

Maryland Style Crab Cakes, 4 oz, UPC #0020967400000

Deviled Stuffed Crab, UPC #0020966700000

The Charleston Crab Cake, 4 oz, UPC #0020966900000

Signature Lump Crab Cake, 4 oz, UPC #0020967000000

Signature Lobster Cake, 3 oz, UPC #0020967100000

Source: The Winston-Salem Journal.

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