Kroger is recalling several shrimp products due to possible contamination from under-cooking. The company said the packaged shrimp is raw or undercooked, raising the risk of foodborne illness. However, the package indicates that the product is cooked. All bags of the shrimp have sell-by dates of Aug. 25 and Aug. 26, 2020. The shrimp was distributed at Kroger stores in states including Michigan and Ohio. Customers who bought any of the affected items should not eat them. The items should be returned to a Kroger store for a refund.
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