It’s been a busy week for Trader Joe’s recall department. On Tuesday, the specialty store found themselves as one of the biggest brand names involved in a massive frozen vegetables recall. Then, yesterday, the grocery chain announced a second, completely different recall, this time centered on potentially contaminated sunflower seeds. It’s almost like these food suppliers don’t care if the people who write Trader Joe’s recall announcements get their novels done at all!
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Tuesday’s recall stems from potential listeria contamination in frozen vegetables produced by CRF Frozen Foods in Washington. About 358 products sold under 42 brand names were affected in that incident, five of which were sold at Trader Joe’s.