October 27, 2016

HEB Recalls Salads, Products for Violative Pesticide Residue

The FDA’s weekly Enforcement Report for December 23, 2015 has revealed that many products sold at HEB stores were recalled because they used an ingredient that had too much pesticide residue. The Enforcement Report lists recalls that are not, for some reason, displayed on the FDA’s recall site.

RecallFPBYou can see the long list of recalled products, along with product codes and sell-by dates, at the Enforcement Report page. The recalled items all had sell-by dates in September and October 2015. The product that had too much pesticide residue was apparently Houston Culinary Center Basil Pesto. The recalled products include HEB Sandwich Tuna Salad 12 Grain, HCC Greek Pasta Salad Small, Ciabatta Albacore Tuna Melt, HEB Shrimp Salad, HEB Herb Seared Salmon Herb, Houston Culinary Center Herb Seared Salmon, and Asian Salmon with potato and green beans.

Also recalled is HEB Sis Greek Pasta, Pizza artichoke chicken, HEB Herb Seared Salmon, Broccoli, Rice, HCC Salad Tuna Classic Yellowfin, Yellowfin Tuna Salad Sandwich, and Combo Meal Tuns Salad. Finally, Houston Culinary Center Yellowfin Tuna Salad Kid, Houston Culinary Center Greek Pasta Salad Kit, Houston Culinary Center Cranberry Turkey Salad Base, Houston Culinary Center Shrimp Salad Kit, and Houston Culinary Center Penne Mozzarella Salad Kit were recalled.

If you purchased any of these products, do not eat them. Throw them away or return to the place of purchase for a full refund.

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