ShopRite of Greenwich recalling store-made ground meat
GREENWICH TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – The ShopRite of Greenwich, located at 1207 U.S. Highway
22, has initiated a voluntary recall of all store-made ground meat produced and sold on July 2, according to the company.
There is a possibility that the ground meat may contain small metal fragments. The recalled products include all store-made packages of ground beef, Angus ground beef, meatloaf mix and ground pork with a sell-by date of July 2.
No other products sold at the ShopRite of Greenwich are affected by the recall, and no injuries related to the recall have been reported. This is also an isolated incident and affects only the ShopRite of Greenwich. Pre-packaged ground meat products and ground beef sold in other ShopRite stores in the area are not affected by this recall.
“We are advising customers who purchased any of the recalled items at the store to return them for an immediate refund or replacement. ShopRite is also reaching out to Price Plus® club card customers who purchased the products to alert them to the recall and to provide a refund that will be issued to their Price Plus cards,” said ShopRite Spokesperson Karen Meleta.
ShopRite is asking customers to check the labels of any ground beef products they may have purchased from the store and still have at home. Customer questions or concerns can be directed to 1-800-ShopRite or (800-746-7748).