Price Chopper issues recall of cole slaw; stuffed seafood items

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SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 has issued a voluntary recall on PICS brand Grab and Go Coleslaw with UPC 2 07177 00000 sold only in the seafood department. (This does not affect coleslaw sold in other departments of the store). The recall is being issued due to the potential presence of small plastic pieces in the product.

Customers who purchased the affected product can return it to their local Price Chopper/Market 32 store for a full refund. For more information, contact Price Chopper/Market 32 at 800-666-7667 or via email at consumerresponse@pricechopper.com.

The supermarket chain has also issued a voluntary recall on certain stuffed seafood items (listed with UPCs below) sold only in the seafood department. The recall is being issued due to the potential presence of metal fragments in the stuffing product. The products (and UPC numbers) include: Seafood Stuffing (20956100000); Stuffed cod fillets (20814200000, 20814300000); Stuffed flounder (20822700000, 20822800000); Stuffed skinless haddock (20830300000, 20830600000); Stuffed tilapia with pecans (20902500000); Stuffed whole and half lobsters (20923200000, 20923300000, 20930700000, 20933300000); Crab stuffed lobsters (4 ounces) (20934200000); Stuffed shrimp (13-15 count) raw (20934600000); Stuffed tilapia with pecans (20934700000); Stuffed shrimp 13-15 raw (2 ounces) (20947800000); Seafood stuffed baby portabella mushroom (20955500000, 20955800000); Stuffed salmon (20965800000, 20965900000); Fried seafood puffs (28924600000) and Stuffed mushrooms (28960100000).

Customers who purchased the affected products can return it to their local Price Chopper/Market 32 stores for a full refund.

For more information, contact Price Chopper/Market 32 at 800-666-7667 or via email at consumerresponse@pricechopper.com.

Many of the customers who purchased this item have already been contacted through Price Chopper/Market 32’s Broadnet recall notification program, which uses purchase data and consumer phone numbers on file in connection with the company’s AdvantEdge (loyalty) card to alert those households that may have purchased the products in question.

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