Hannaford Store Recalls
Hannaford meatball recall
Hannaford Supermarkets are recalling meatball products they say could be contaminated with listeria. A Hannaford spokesman says no illnesses have been reported but they are recalling the products sold in the deli department
They are the homestyle meatballs with sauce sold by the pound, the meatball panini cold, and the meatball panini hot.
A Hannaford spokesman says not to eat them but return them for a full refund.
Hannaford beef recall
Cargill Beef voluntarily recalled 29,339 pounds of ground beef produced at the company’s Wyalusing, Penn., facility on May 25 because the products may contain Salmonella Enteritidis.
As a result of Cargill’s recall, Hannaford is alerting consumers in all markets to check their freezers for ground beef with “use or sell by” dates between May 29 and June 16, 2012. These products are in scope of the Cargill recall.
Hannaford reports cantaloupe recall
Hannaford is reporting it's second recall in July - this time for cantaloupes.
Hannaford officials say Burch Farms based out of North Carolina, is recalling cantaloupes out of concern that they may be contaminated with listeria.
There are no reports of illnesses from the melons.
Hannaford officials say they have removed all of the affected cantaloupes. They include a sticker that reads Burch Farms, Cantaloupe PLU 4319.