AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WA - NOVEMBER 10: Inmates at the Airway Heights Corrections Center package freshly baked muffins at the largest prison-based food factory in the northwest on November 10, 2005 in Airway Heights, Washington. Inmates produce frozen meals, baked goods, and tray lunches for more than 16,000 inmates incarcerated in the Washington State prison system and meals for jails and senior food programs. The Airway Heights food factory,part of Correctional Industries, is one of 32 businesses the state operates in prisons to provide jobs for inmates in order to teach job skills and work ethic, and to reduce correctional costs to the taxpayer. (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)

If you love a muffin for breakfast you’re going to need to be more careful. Muffins at several retailers are being recalled due to concerns of listeria. The prepackaged muffins from Give and Go were sold at Walmart, Stop & Shop, 7-Eleven, and Sam’s Club.

The muffins in question are blueberry, double chocolate, banana nut, and others. All other flavors from the company aren’t affected by the recall. Listeria infection can cause serious or fatal infections with symptoms such as fever, severe headache, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.

Labels include the following for the muffin recall.

  • Great Value
  • Marketside
  • Uncle Wally’s
  • The Worthy Crumb Assorted Large
  • The Worthy Crumb Oreo Three Pack
  • Stop-N-Shop
  • 7-Eleven Selects
  • Freshness Guaranteed

A list of the packaged goods being recalled by the subsidiary of global snack conglomerate Mondelēz International can be found here.

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