If you bought any California peaches, plums, or nectarines lately, check the label.
The Wawona Packing Company in Cutler, Calif., announced it was expanding a voluntary recall of its products over concerns the fruit was possibly contaminated with Listeria.
Symptoms of Listeria include fever, abdominal pain, stiffness, diarrhea and nausea.
The initial recall covered specific lots of fruit packed from June 1, through July 12. As a precautionary step, the company expanded the recall to fruit packaged through July 17 in an effort to identify the source of the contamination..
The company did not know all the locations of stores that received the products from their direct customers.
Several retailers posted warnings to customers on their websites including Walmart, Costco, and Whole Foods Market.
If you do have fruit in your fridge that you think may be part of the recall, look for a sticker that reads "Sweet2Eat". The fruit may also be labeled "Mrs. Smittcamp's" or "Sweet2Eat Organic."
No illnesses have been reported due to the fruit to date.