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Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta at The Fresh Market Recalled

The Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta at The Fresh Market has been recalled due to a possible listeria contamination.

According to The Fresh Market, the recall affects both the pre-packaged Kale Chicken Caesar Pasta and version sold by the pound in their deli.

According to a statement on their website, “no illnesses have been reported to date, and no other foods sold at The Fresh Market are impacted.”

Consumers who purchased the product are to discard it and take their receipt to any Fresh Market location for a refund. The Fresh Market has 160 stores in 22 states.

Consumers with questions can call The Fresh Market at 866-817-4367.

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