St. Lawrence County Price Chopper customers warned of sushi recall
Price Chopper and Market 32 Supermarkets are issuing a voluntary manufacturer recall by AFC Sushi on all varieties of packaged sushi made with tuna, sold from the prepared foods case in the deli department at its Price Chopper and Market 32 stores.
The manufacturer is recalling these products due to possible listeria contamination of the tuna, said a press release from the company.Price Chopper has stores in Canton, Gouverneur, Massena, Ogdensburg and Potsdam.
Products with the following UPC codes are under the recall:
2301200013, 2301200017, 2301200023, 2301200024, 2301200026, 2301200037, 2301200038, 2301200039, 2301200040, 2301200050, 2301200070, 2301200100, 2301200110, 2301200121, 2301200210, 2301200211, 2301200212, 2301200252, 2301200701, 2301250190; and
2301286181, 2301286209, 2301286481, 2301286482, 2301290115, 2301290116, 2301290117, 2301290118, 2301290119, 2301290120, 2301290138, 2301290169, 2301290245, 2301290360, 2301290375, 2301290376, 2301290377, 2301290378, 2301290379, 2301290380.
To date, affected sushi has only been found at the Price Chopper stories in Edwardsville, Penn. (180 Westside Mall, Edwardsville, Penn.) and Rotterdam, N.Y. (1879 Altamont Avenue, Rotterdam, NY) but, as a precaution, the sushi made with tuna manufactured by AFC Sushi has been recalled from all of the chain’s stores, the company said.
Customers who have an affected product may return it to their local Price Chopper/Market 32 for a full refund.
For more information, customers can visit afcsushi.com or call 866-467-8744.
Many of the customers who purchased these items have already been contacted through Price Chopper/Market 32’s SoundBite notification program, which uses purchase data and consumer phone numbers on file in connection with the company’s AdvantEdge (loyalty) card to alert those households that may have purchased the product in question, said the company.