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These Grocery Items Are Being Recalled Nationwide

Here's all the info you need to check if they are in your home.

Editor's note: A previous version of this story included Driscoll Strawberries product. A representative from Driscoll has since informed us that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers both cases of the products to be terminated. "Driscoll's commitment is to ensure that we always provide consumers with the freshest, most flavorful, and completely safe berries. In both incidents, Driscoll's quickly removed berries from the marketplace and customers properly destroyed impacted berries," the rep said.

The number of grocery recalls has gone up in recent years, and so far in February, several grocery items are being pulled from shelves. A couple of favorites in the frozen section and even a snack sold at Costco and other supermarkets have the potential to be dangerous for your health, but now there are a few more to add to the list.

Here's everything you need to know about the latest recalls announced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). (And for more, here are 6 Things You'll See at Costco This Year.)

Cans of Skyline Chili

Skyline Chili recall
Courtesy of FSIS

According to a recall announcement posted by the FSIS, Morgan Foods of Austin, Ind. says over 2,200 pounds of its canned Skyline Chili is misbranded and may contain undeclared allergens. What should be chili may actually contain cream of chicken soup. Ingredients for the soup include milk, wheat, and soy, and are not mentioned on the label for the chili.

"The problem was discovered by consumers who reported to the company that the cans labeled as chili contained cream of chicken soup," the notice says. "There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products."

The cans were shipped nationwide and have an expiration date of December 21, 2024 on them as well as a lot code of L2121 and a product code of CHC8T UPY. Since the chili is shelf-stable, "FSIS is concerned that some product may be in consumers' pantries. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase."

Pretty Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Pretty Thai Chili Stir Fry & Barbecue Sauce recall
Courtesy of Instacart

Almost 920 cases of the Pretty Thai Chili Stir Fry & Barbecue Sauce in 11.2-ounce bottles from Ponder Foods sold in New York and Texas may contain undeclared peanuts, the FDA says in another recall alert. This recall was initiated on Feb. 9 but was recently classified by the FDA as a Class II recall, which is "a situation in which use of, or exposure to, a violative product may cause temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences or where the probability of serious adverse health consequences is remote."

Few other details about the recall are known, except that the bottles have a lot number of 34321CBPTSAPEA0103. 

Around 3 million Americans have an allergy to peanuts, and should they consume this sauce they may run the risk of suffering a severe or life-threatening allergic reaction.

deodorant recall
Courtesy of the FDA

"Brut and Sure are voluntarily recalling aerosol spray products showing an expiration date of August 2023 or earlier. This recall is being made out of an abundance of caution due to the presence of benzene in the products," according to the company via a website called The cans were distributed prior to June 7, 2021.

Benzene is a chemical that is considered to be a human carcinogen, and repeated exposure can result in leukemia, blood cancer, and blood disorders. No reports of any illnesses related to these deodorants have been reported, but it is being issued out of an abundance of caution, the FDA says.

The cans come in sizes ranging from 4-ounces to 154 grams and have an expiration date of August 2023. The company is issuing refunds for anyone with any of the variations through this link.

For more info, here are the 6 Grocery Items Most Likely to Be Recalled, Experts Say.

Amanda McDonald
Amanda has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in digital journalism from Loyola University Chicago. Read more about Amanda
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