Veggie Noodle Co. Recalling Ramen Over Listeria Concerns in Eggs

Veggie Noodle Co. is recalling its Cece’s Veggie Co. brand Fresh Veggie Ramen with Chicken Broth sold at retail stores across the U.S. because the separately packaged egg could be tainted, according to a notice posted Saturday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.”

The AP (12/28) reported that “Veggie Noodle Co. said Saturday it was voluntarily recalling its Cece’s brand Fresh Veggie Ramen with Chicken Broth due to concerns the egg contained may be contaminated with listeria.” The recall is related to “hard-boiled eggs from Georgia-based Almark Foods, which recalled its hard-boiled eggs earlier this month.”

Veggie Noodle gets its hard-boiled eggs from Georgia-based Almark Foods, which recalled its hard-boiled eggs earlier this month. Almark has expanded its recall twice to involve even more products.

The recall impacts all expiration dates of the Fresh Veggie Ramen, but no other products, the company said.

Listeria is a bacteria that can serious and potentially fatal infections in children and the elderly. Healthy individuals may suffer high fever, headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, and pregnant woman could miscarry or have stillbirths due to listeria.

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