Publix brand steam-in-bag products containing butternut squash products are being recalled for Listeria risk. Publix customers who have purchased these products should not eat them as Listeria can cause serious illness and death.

The recalled Publix brand steam-in-bag products are:

  • Publix Steam In Bag Green Bean Butternut Squash, GTIN 002-24887-000000, sold between 1/03/2021-01/14/2021
  • Publix Steam In Bag Season Butternut Medley, GTIN 002-25399-0000001, sold between /03/2021-01/14/2021
  • Publix Steam In Bag Butternut Brussel Pecan, GTIN 002-25677-000000, sold between 1/03/2021-01/14/2021Listeria lawyer-Publix steam-in-a-bag butternut squash recall

This recall is associated with a broader Listeria recall of butternut squash products by Pero Family Farms, a Publix supplier of butternut squash. The recalled products sold under the Pero Family Farms brand name include microwavable trays of cubes and spirals.Pero Family Farms Butternut Squash Listeria

Symptoms of a Listeria infection include a headache that is usually severe, a fever that is usually high, stiff neck, muscle aches, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions. Sometimes these symptoms are preceded by an upset stomach, cramps and diarrhea. Usually, Listeria symptoms develop within two weeks of exposure but sometimes can take as long as 70 days before they appear. Among pregnant women, Listeria can cause miscarriage and stillbirth.

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