Recode is reporting that canned fruit will be recalled for up to three months beginning today.
The recall affects all fruit and vegetables in the U.S. from the canned version of tomatoes, strawberries, grapes, peaches, bananas, oranges, apples, kiwi, pecan and apricots.
It will be distributed nationwide beginning April 13.
Recode reports that the recall affects approximately 2 million cans, and that consumers can return them for a full refund.
Consumers can still purchase fruit from their local stores.
Consumers will need to replace their cans of the recalled product with the new version, but they can also return the product to their nearest grocery store for a refund.
The company reports that consumers who purchased canned fruit in the first three months of the recall should stop using it and contact the manufacturer directly.
The company has not yet provided a replacement.
Recode’s story notes that the recalled canned fruit is the same product that was sold at Target, Safeway and other grocery stores across the country for $2.79 a can.
Consumers who purchased the same canned fruit before March 26 can buy it for $3.99 at Target or $3 for $1.99 on Safeway.
Recoding reached out to a Target spokesperson for comment.