(CNN) - Packages containing frozen vegetables sold by Wal-Mart nationwide and Kroger stores in the Southeast may contain glass fragments, the supplier said Friday in announcing a voluntary recall.
While there have been no reports of injuries, the Pictsweet Co. of Bells, Tennessee, is advising the public not to eat the recalled store-brand vegetables because of the potential for harm.
Consumers should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund, Pictsweet said.
The voluntary recall covers the following items:
-- Kroger 12-ounce Green Peas (UPC 11110 89736). Production Codes of
1440BU, 1440BV, 1440BW, and 1600BD.
-- Kroger 12-ounce Peas and Carrots (UPC 11110 89741). Production Codes
of 1960BD and 1960BE.
-- Great Value 12-ounce Steamable Sweet Peas (UPC 78742 08369). Best by
dates of July 20, 2012; July 21, 2012.
-- Great Value 12-ounce Steamable Mixed Vegetables (UPC 78742 08026).
Best by date of July 15, 2012.
Consumers with questions may contact Pictsweet toll-free at 1-800-367-7412, extension 417, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Daylight Time, Monday through Friday.
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