April 20, 2019

7-Eleven Bistro Southwest Salads Recalled for Listeria and Salmonella

Prime Deli corporation, of Lewisville, Texas, is recalling 217 pounds of 7-Eleven Bistro Southwest Style Salad with Bacon for possible Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella contamination. No illness reports have been received to date in connection with this problem.

There is zero tolerance for Listeria monocytogenes bacterial contamination in ready-to-eat foods. these salads were produced on October 13, 2018. The recalled items include¬†11.2-ounce clear plastic clamshell packages containing “7-ELEVEN™ BISTRO SOUTHWEST STYLE SALAD WITH BACON” with a best by date of Tuesday 1016, and¬†9.6-ounce clear plastic clamshell packages containing “7-ELEVEN™ BISTRO SOUTHWEST STYLE SALAD WITH BACON” with the best by date of Tuesday 1016. The salads have the establishment number “EST. 13553” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to retail locations in Texas.

The problem is with the corn in the salads. Prime Deli Corporation was told that the corn was being recalled by the supplier due to contamination concerns.

The symptoms of Salmonella food poisoning include fever, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea that may be bloody. The symptoms of listeriosis include high fever, stiff neck, severe headache, nausea, and diarrhea. If you ate these salads and have been sick, see your doctor.

If you did purchase either of these 7-Eleven Bistro salads, do not eat them. Discard them in a sealed garbage can. You can also take them back to the store where you bought them for a refund.

It’s a good idea to clean out your refrigerator because Listeria monocytogenes bacteria can get a foothold in any moist environment and become a problem. Use a solution of 1 tablespoon liquid chlorine bleach to 1 gallon of warm water. And be sure to wash your hands with soap and water after handling these recalled salads.

7-Eleven Bistro Salad Recall

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