Frozen vegetables recalled because of possible listeria

A recall is underway of a number of frozen vegetable products on sale in Australia due to the possible presence of Listeria.

The recall affects a range of products sold in Woolworths, IGA, ALDI and some independent supermarkets.

Food Standards Australia says the frozen vegetables were produced by Greenyard Frozen Belgium NV.


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Listeria could cause illness in pregnant women, the elderly and anyone with a low immune system.

Anyone with any of the below products is urged to throw them out or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.

Woolworths – Essentials snap frozen mixed veg 1kg: Carrots, peas, corn, green beans & potatoes – National distribution Best Before 19 MAR 2020 through to 24 APR 2020
Woolworths – Bell Farms Steam Veggie Carrot Corn and Broccoli 3pk 450g – National distribution, all stock
IGA – Black & Gold Corn Kernels 500g – National distribution Best Before all dates
IGA – Black & Gold Mixed Vegetables 1kg: Carrots, peas, beans & corn – National distribution Best Before all dates
ALDI – Market Fare Peas, Carrots and Super Sweet Corn 1kg – National distribution
ALDI – Market Fare Corn Kernels 1kg QLD, VIC, WA and select NSW stores Product of Hungary (only)
ALDI – Market Fare Mixed Vegetables 1kg QLD, NSW, ACT, WA Packed in Belgium from Imported and Belgian Ingredients (only)
ALDI – Market Fare Quick Steam Carrot Broccoli and Cauliflower 450g – National distribution
ALDI – Market Fare Quick Steam Carrot Corn and Broccoli 450g – National distribution
ALDI: Only products with country of origin of Belgium, United Kingdom or Hungary, all other countries not affected.

Supplied: Food Standards Australia

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