Zespri Kiwi Recalls - Georgia included


Kiwis are an ultimate summer snack: They’re delicious in fruit salad and genuinely tasty on their own too. But you may want to pay special attention to what’s in your crisper because a bunch of them just got recalled, according to a statement released by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

On August 8, David Oppenheimer and Company I, LLC—which sells under the brand name Zespri in the US—announced a recall of their organic kiwis due to potential listeria contamination. According to the release, the affected fruit has been sold in 14 states.

The potentially contaminated products were sold in one-pound clamshell packaging under the brand Zespri and labeled “Organic Green Kiwifruit.” 

The kiwis were shipped between June 14, 2023, and July 7, 2023, to Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. 

Affected products have the UPC code 818849020093 and contain fruit stickers with the GTIN barcode 94009552.


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