Frozen Food Company CRF Launches Major Recall

Major frozen food producer CRF recalls 358 products

If you keep frozen vegetables or fruits in your freezer (no, judgment, we do it, too), you might want to check them.

CRF Frozen Foods, which makes products for Safeway, Trader Joe's and other major supermarket chains, is recalling all frozen fruits and vegetables processed in its Pasco, Washington, plant since May 2014, CNN reports.

The move comes on the heels of a discovery of listeria in some of their products in Ohio. According to CNN, the Centers for Disease Control have been notified about seven cases of hospitalization from listeria, spread across three states—some of which were linked to CRF products. Two people have died from listeria, but according to a release from CRF, the CDC says that "that listeria was not the cause of death in either person."

The recall covers a total of 358 products sold under 42 different brand names (all of which can be found here). The product list includes:

Because these are frozen products and the sell-by dates reach into 2018, the recall may go on for some time. Customers can return the products to the market where they purchased them and reach the company with any questions at 844-483-3866.