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CINCINNATI, Ohio — Kroger Co. is recalling nine different kinds of shrimp labeled as cooked that actually are raw or undercooked, raising the risk of food-borne illness, but stores in Central Illinois are not part of the recall.

According to a statement from Kroger, the recall does not affect Kroger's Central Division, which is based in Indianapolis. The product being recalled was not shipped to Kroger stores in Illinois or Indiana. Kroger has three locations in Decatur.

"Therefore the shrimp in our stores is safe for consumption," said Eric Halvorson, manager of corporate affairs and media spokesman, Central Division.

The shrimp was distributed at Kroger stores across Michigan, Ohio, northwest Virginia as well as KingSoopers, Frys and Smiths stores. All were produced Aug. 25-26, 2018, and have sell by dates of Aug. 25-26, 2020.


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