By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A recall on pre-cooked frozen shrimp, possibly tainted with salmonella, has expanded. The recall affects all products made by Avanti Frozen Foods.

They were sold under a variety of brand names at stores including Whole Foods and Target.

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The expanded recall includes the following brands:

  • BIG RIVER
  • 365
  • AHOLD
  • CENSEA
  • COS
  • CWNO BRAND
  • FIRST STREET
  • NATURE’S PROMISE
  • HARBOR BANKS
  • HOS
  • MEIJER
  • SANDBAR
  • SEA COVE
  • WATERFRONT BISTRO
  • WELLSLEYFARMS
  • WFNOBRANDS
  • FOODLION
  • HANNAFORD

Some were sold in pouches and others were in trays.

Avanti Frozen Foods Expands Frozen Shrimp Recall Over Salmonella Outbreak

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The recall is connected to an earlier outbreak of salmonella that was thought to have been contained last month.

Previously recalled shrimp should no longer be available for sale; however, these products have a long shelf life, and consumers, restaurants, and retailers should check their freezers and should throw away any previously recalled shrimp. The initial recall includes the following brands:

  • CENSEA
  • CHICKEN OF THE SEA
  • HONEST CATCH
  • CWNO
  • HANNAFORD
  • WATERFRONT BISTRO
  • OPEN ACRES
  • 365
  • MEIJER
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