July 14, 2024

Carrot Recall At Target And Walmart For Possible Salmonella

A carrot recall has been issued by Target and Walmart. The retailers both stock Bolthouse Farms carrot chips, which have been recalled for possible Salmonella contamination.  About 5,600 cases of 16-ounce bags of the sliced carrot wedges were shipped to retail customers in the United States and Canada under the brand names Bolthouse Farms Carrot Chips, Safeway Farms Carrot Chips and Farm Stand Carrot Chips.

At Target stores the products under recall include 16 0z bags of Bolthouse Farms Carrot Chips with the Target item number: 211-15-0009 and best if used by dates of Nov. 12 and Nov. 13. At Walmart stores, the recalled products have the following information in the upper right-hand corner of the 16 0z baf of Bolthouse Farms Carrot Chips: “Best is used by” date of Nov. 12 with  UPC code 71464 17209 or “Best is used by” date of Nov. 13 and UPC 71464 17209.

No illnesses have been reported in association with this outbreak. However, Salmonella  can cause foodborne illness. Symptoms of a Salmonella infection include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps which usually develop within 12 to 72 hours after exposure and last up to seven days. Anyone who develops these symptoms should see a health care provider.

Bolthouse Farms is located in California and owned by the Campbell Soup Company. It distributes carrots, juices, smoothies, protein shakes and café beverages and salad dressings under the Bolthouse Farms brand name.

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