Wegmans remembers Vidalia onions over Listeria issues

Wegmans is remembering Vidalia Onions from its shops since of possible Listeria contamination.

The possibly affected item was offered from June 23 through June24 There is issue that customers might have the onions in their houses due to the fact that of their long service life.

Recalled item:

  • Vidalia Onions offered by the pound
  • May have a 4-digit PLU sticker label on the item (4159 or 4166)

Products were offered in the following shop places:


  • Burlington
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Medford
  • Natick
  • Northborough
  • Westwood

New York:

  • Alberta Drive
  • Amherst Street
  • Auburn
  • Brockport
  • Calkins Road
  • Canandaigua
  • Chili-Paul
  • Cicero
  • Corning
  • Dewitt
  • Dick Road
  • East Avenue
  • Eastway
  • Elmira
  • Fairmount
  • Fairport
  • Geneseo
  • Geneva
  • Great Northern
  • Holt Road
  • Hornell
  • Irondequoit
  • Ithaca
  • James Street
  • Jamestown
  • John Glenn
  • Johnson City
  • Latta Road
  • Losson Road
  • Lyell Avenue
  • Marketplace
  • McKinley
  • Military Road
  • Mt. Read
  • Newark
  • Niagara Falls Boulevard
  • Onondaga
  • Penfield
  • Perinton
  • Pittsford
  • Ridge-Culver
  • Ridgemont
  • Sheridan Drive
  • Taft Road
  • Transit Road
  • West Seneca


  • Erie West
  • Erie Peach Street

According to the recall, all items might be gone back to the client service desk for a complete refund.

Recall items need to not be taken in.

About Listeria infections

Food infected with Listeria monocytogenes might not look or smell ruined however can still trigger severe and often lethal infections. Anybody who has actually consumed any remembered items and established signs of Listeria infection need to look for medical treatment and inform their medical professionals about the possible Listeria direct exposure.

Also, anybody who has actually consumed any of the remembered items must monitor themselves for signs throughout the coming weeks since it can use up to 70 days after direct exposure to Listeria for signs of listeriosis to establish.

Symptoms of Listeria infection can consist of throwing up, queasiness, relentless fever, muscle pains, extreme headache, and neck tightness. Particular lab tests are needed to identify Listeria infections, which can simulate other health problems.

Pregnant ladies, the senior, children, and individuals such as cancer clients who have actually deteriorated body immune systems are especially at threat of severe health problems, deadly infections, and other issues. Contaminated pregnant females might experience just moderate, flu-like signs, their infections can lead to early shipment, infection of the newborn, or even stillbirth.

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