Sandwich wraps recalled for Listeria were sold at grocery and convenience stores including Atlantis, Stewarts, and Circle K. The recalled wraps were sold under a variety of brand names in eight states – Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The Italian Style, Chicken Caesar, Turkey Club, and Buffalo Style wraps are all past their expiration dates. Consumers who ate these sandwiches should monitor themselves as symptoms of a Listeria infection can take as long as 70 days to develop. Among pregnant women, Listeria can cause miscarriage or stillbirth. These symptoms include high fever, severe headache, stiff neck, other muscle stiffness, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions
The recalled sandwiches were sold under the brand names Rachael’s, Atlantis, and All Town. To see a complete list of stores, click the link to the distribution list toward the bottom of this recall page.
In Connecticut, these wraps were sold at 43 locations including Atlantis Fresh Markets, Henny Penny, Mobil, Sam’s Food Marts and more.
In Massachusetts, the recalled wraps were sold at 44 locations including Circle K, Energy North, Lipton Mart, Seasons Corner Market and more.
In Maine, Circle K, Energy North, and Scrub-a-Dub sold the wraps.
Five New Hampshire locations including Circle K, Newbury Quick Shop, and Seasons Corner Market sold the recalled wraps.
In New York, the wraps were sold at 35 locations including Atlantis Fresh Markets, Stewart Shops, Mobil, Royal Mini Mart, Xpress Mart, and more.
In Pennsylvania, 11 retailers including 7-Eleven, Sunoco and Giant Fuel sold the recalled wraps.
In Rhode Island, six locations of Mobil, Shell, and Seasons Corner Market stores sold the recalled wraps.
In Vermont, the recalled wraps were sold at Circle K stores and at the Sandri store in Ludlow.
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