December 6, 2019

Giant Eagle Recalls Apple Pistachio Chicken Salad for Listeria

Giant Eagle is recalling Giant Eagle Apple Pistachio Salad and Apple Pistachio Salad with Chicken because the salads may contain fresh cut Gala red apples recalled by Del Monte Fresh Produce for potential Listeria contamination.  Giant Eagle had received no reports of illnesses associated with the salads at the time of the recall. But customers who have purchased the salads should not eat them as Listeria can cause serious, life-threatening illness.

Recall SignageSymptoms of a Listeria infection include high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Listeria can cause miscarriages, stillbirths and premature delivery among pregnant women. And illness or death of newborn babies.

The recalled salad items may have been sold in Pennsylvania and Ohio Giant Eagle locations from November 29 through December 9 with “sell-by” dates of December 1 through December 11. Labels on product packaging read “Apple Pistachio Salad” and “Apple Pistachio Salad With Chicken.” The  “sell-by” dates are marked below the product names.

Giant Eagle has removed all potentially affected product from the prepared foods areas, implemented a register block to ensure that the product could not be inadvertently purchased and contacted customers who had purchased the potentially affected product who are members of the Giant Eagle Advantage Card loyalty program.

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