Bagged Salad Recalled Due to Salmonella Contamination
Bagged salad blends manufactured by Taylor Farms Retail has been recalled due to a potential Salmonella contamination, according to recent news sources.
About 3,265 cases are subject to recall after the Washington State Department of Agriculture found evidence of the bacteria on a package of spinac.
The salad was sent to grocers in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, as well as Puerto Rico.
The products affected by the recall are:
- Fresh Selections Hearts of Romaine 10 oz. bag, UPC 0-11110-91044-8 Best By 10-18-11
- Fresh Selections Leafy Romaine 10 oz. bag, UPC 0-11110-91046-2 Best By 10-18-11
- Fresh Selections Field of Greens 10 oz. bag, UPC 0-11110-91042-4 Best By 10-18-11
- Fresh Selections Romaine Blend 10 oz. bag, UPC 0-11110-91038-7 Best By 10-18-11
- HEB Spring Mix 5 oz. bag, UPC 0-41220-19752-1 Best By 10-20-11
- Marketside Fresh Spinach 10oz bag, UPC 6-81131-32946-0 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-21-11
- Marketside Caesar Salad Kit 14.6 oz. UPC bag, 6-81131-38744-6 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-19-11
- Marketside Asian Salad Kit 15 oz. bag, UPC 6-81131-53211-2 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-19-11
- Marketside Southwest Salad Kit 15oz bag, UPC 6-81131-38747-7 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-19-11
- Marketside Premium Romaine 9 oz. bag, UPC 6-81131-38753-8 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-19-11
- Marketside Premium Romaine Family 18 oz. bag, UPC 6-81131-38807-8 Guaranteed Delicious By 10-19-11
- Taylor Farms Field Greens 8 oz. bag, UPC 0-30223-04036-1 Best If Used By 10-20-11
No illnesses have been reported in relation to this recall.
As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, consumer health is something that I am very conscious of and I know that even with tough rules and regulations on manufacturers, mistakes can still be made. I encourage anyone who is experiencing the symptoms of food poisoning to seek immediate medical attention. The product defect lawyer at our law firm sincerely hopes that no one has been sickened by consuming the recalled salad.