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Peaches recall Costco pulls them from the shelves

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Most people will tell you they haven’t found a store bought peach that was fit to eat; hard dry tasteless. The Farmer’s Markets and roadside stands have the best taste and value for your family. Do these stores advertise that they only buy local fruits? There is nothing better than biting into a mouth-watering fresh Georgia peach hand-picked. What’s more are the giant chain stores bought their fruits when they are still unripe and hard, and not the soft ready-to-eat peaches.

University of Georgia College of Agricultural Sciences-How to pick and harvest peaches”

The stone fruit recall. Plums, nectarines and peaches. The California company has not found a hint of listeria on their premises since it shutdown and cleaned and sterilized.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports that no illnesses have been reported since the peach recall came out. Stores like Giant Food Stores, Kroger, Wegmans, Costco, Sam’s, Trader Joe’s and Martin’s Food Market were hit by the recall. Recall peaches were packed from June 1, 2014 through July 12, 2014.

Shoppers who may have purchased the peaches are urged o contact their local store of purchase

They are not only recalling fruit but some baked goods as well, cakes, pies, salsas and tarts.

Wegmans is asking their customers to dispose of the fruit and to then see their customer service desk for refunds. Costco is asking their customers to dispose of the fruit and then to contact Wawana. Giant Food Stores is reporting the peaches were purchased under the Orchard Perfect name brand and shoppers should return the product to the store for a full refund.

Whole Foods Market is on the recall list with the “Sweet 2 Eat,” sticker, see all of the stores nationwide.

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