Kroger recalls ‘cooked’ shrimp products due to a potential health hazard

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Kroger has announced a recall for several of its cooked shrimp products which might actually be raw.

The products may be under-cooked which could cause contamination from spoilage organisms or pathogens, Kroger announced.

Due to a potential health hazard, customers who purchased one of the products should not eat it, the company said.

Here is the list of products affected:

Kroger says customers can return the product to this store for a full refund.

Consumers with questions can contact the Aqua Star Consumer Hotline at 1-800-232-6280.

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