A popular brand of canned spinach sold in grocery stores around the South and Midwest is being recalled because it was mislabeled and may cause a reaction in people with peanut allergies, its manufacturer said.
Happy Harvest Spinach sold in 13.5 oz cans is being voluntarily recalled by Effingham, South Carolina-based McCall Farms, the company said Friday. The spinach was sold for retail exclusively at Aldi.
Aldi stops selling canned Happy Harvest Spinach due to mislabeling
No one has reported any illnesses related to the spinach, but the grocery store has removed the product from its stores, according to a news release.
The affected 13.5 oz cans have the lot code of A23IX. The best-by date is January 2021. The UPC code is 041498131289.
The spinach was sold at Aldi stores in the following states: Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
If you find that you have a can of the affected spinach, McCall says you should throw it away immediately or return it to your local Aldi for a full refund.
Customers with any questions about this recall are encouraged to contact McCall Farms consumer services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-277-2012.