The recall was prompted by what the company calls "the presence of naturally occurring foreign matter in the raisins that does not meet the Price Chopper quality standards."
The affected products were produced and purchased between December 14 and February 8.
Customers who have any of the affected product should return it to their local Price Chopper for a full refund. More information, including a list of recalled products, is available online.
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