December 8, 2023

More Salads Recalled for E. coli O157:H7 and Outbreak

The FDA has announced that more salads have been recalled that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7. The original recall was for salads made from products that are regulated by the USDA. This new recall is for salads made without meats. There is an illnessĀ outbreak associated with some of these products.

E. coli PhotosThe recalled salads regulated by the FDA include 6.0 ounce Delish Greek Style Orzo Salad with UPC number 49022 74630 sold in Northern California Walgreens stores; 6.o ounce Delish Asian Style Noodle Salad with UPC number 49022 74628 sold at Northern California Walgreens, and 11.3 ounce Delish Vegetarian Wrap with UPC number 49022 55349, sold in Northern California Walgreens. Also recalled are 9.0 ounce Classic Greek Salad with UPC number 0083 5794 sold in Northern California and Northern Nevada Trader Joe’s stores. Finally, Southwestern Salad Kit and Wheat Berry Salad Kit with no UPC numbers were distributed to Northern California Whole Foods stores.

If you have one of these recalled products, dispose of them in a sealed container or return them to the place of purchase for a refund. If you ate one of these salads, monitor yourself for symptoms of an E. coli O157:H7 infection, which include abdominal cramps, diarrhea that may be watery and/or bloody, and fever. People usually get sick two to eight days after exposure to the bacteria. If you experience any illness, contact your healthcare provider immediately and tell her you ate one of these products.

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