Major expanded recall on frozen shrimp sold at Whole Foods, other retailers

Time to take stock of what’s in your freezer after a major frozen shrimp producer issued an expanded recall on a range of products due to salmonella concerns.

Avanti Frozen Foods Pvt. Ltd, expanded a voluntarily recall that was first issued June 25, 2021 to now include “certain consignments of various sizes of frozen cooked, peeled, deveined, shrimp (with some packaged with cocktail sauce) sold in various unit sizes, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.”

Avanti sells its shrimp under a range of labels. Initially, the recall included frozen shrimp from Censea, CWNO, Chicken of the Sea, Honest Catch, Hannaford, Waterfront Bistro, Open Acres, 365 (Whole Foods), and Meijer. Now it has expanded to include new brands and additional SKUs from the previous brands listed.

PHOTO: A store employee works in the frozen seafood section at a Whole Foods in Long Beach, Calif., Oct. 22, 2019. (Long Beach Press/MediaNews Group via Getty Images, FILE)

PHOTO: A store employee works in the frozen seafood section at a Whole Foods in Long Beach, Calif., Oct. 22, 2019.

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Food Tech Firm Apeel Picks Up $250 Million To Help Stop Vegetables From Rotting

Fruits and vegetables well past their expiration dates don’t make for a particularly appetizing business opportunity.

But in a Series E funding round this week, Santa Barbara-based food-tech firm Apeel Sciences scored $250 million to put toward expanding the use of the firm’s edible coating that can double the shelf-life of produce, helping prevent food waste.

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Around 40% of food goes to waste in the U.S., despite the fact that 35 million Americans don’t have enough to eat. Apeel believes engineering longer-lasting food can be more impactful than packaging up leftovers when it comes to preventing waste:

  • Since launching in 2012, Apeel’s been cooking up an odorless, tasteless spray that keeps moisture in (and oxygen out) of foods like citrus, avocados, apples, and cucumbers. The plant-based spray essentially functions like a second peel that keeps food ripe for longer.
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