Frozen pizza recalled due to possible listeria contamination
A brand of frozen pizza has been recalled due to possible listeria contamination, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
RBR Meat Compnay, based in Vernon, California, has recalled more than 21,000 pounds of the frozen pizza labeled as "Marketside Extra Large Supreme Pizza." The pizza has been sold in Nevada, California, Utah and Washington.
The pizza is 16 inches and 50.6 ounces, comes in shrink wrap and a corrugated box, and it has a lot code 20547. The recalled pizza has has establishment number EST. 1821 inside the USDA mark of inspection.
The USDA says the problem was found during a routine sampling. No reactions to eating the pizza have been reported.
Officials warn that consuming products tainted with listeria can result in a serious infection that causes fever, headaches, confusion and gastrointestinal symptoms.
Anyone who has bought the pizza is asked to throw it away or return it.