Muffins Sold at Walmart, 7-Eleven Recalled Over Potential Listeria Contamination

Muffins sold at major U.S. retailers including Costco, Walmart and 7-Eleven have been recalled due to worries of potential Listeria contamination, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

Give and Go Prepared Foods, the company that manufacturers the muffins, announced a voluntary recall Monday, explaining the affected items are sold under several brands including Uncle Wally's, The Worthy Crumb and Freshness Guaranteed.

More information about the recall is available here.

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