The budget supermarket has added bags of Green Grocer's carrots, broccoli and sweetcorn mix to the list of products recalled over fears they contain a deadly bacteria.
At least six UK supermarkets, including Iceland, Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury's, have already recalled more than 40 products for the same reasons.
Lidl had already issued a recall for Green Grocer Supersweet Corn and Frozen Freshona Vegetable Mix, but now it has added bags of Green Grocer's Carrots, Broccoli and Sweetcorn too.
The bags weigh 640g and the warning extends to all bags of the product regardless of the batch codes and best before dates.
The deadly disease is a particular threat to the elderly, pregnant women and babies, and has already been linked to at least two deaths in the UK.
The bacteria can cause a life threatening infection, where symptoms can appear similar to the flu, including a high temperature, muscle ache or pain, chills, feeling or being sick and diarrhoea.
All of the supermarket products have been made by Greenyard Frozen UK even though many of them are sold as supermarket own brand products.
The notice on the Food Standards Agency states that the bacteria can be killed through cooking, but sweetcorn can be eaten raw and could be a potential threat.
Tens of thousands of products have been pulled and customers are being advised not to eat them, and instead return them to the store in exchange for a refund.
The foods have been recalled "as a precautionary step" but so far 11 people in the UK have been affected by listeriosis dating back to 2015, with dozens more in four other countries across Europe.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which also warned about eating uncooked frozen products including spinach and green beans, said nine of those 47 cases resulted in death, two of them were in the UK last year.
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