December 12, 2018

Fresh Foods Salads Recalled for Possible E. coli O157:H7

The USDA has issued a recall notice for Fresh Foods Manufacturing salads. The products are being recalled for possible E. coli O157:H7. There is a multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 HUS that is linked to chopped romaine lettuce, but there are no confirmed reports of illness linked directly to these specific products.

The company was notified by their romaine supplier that the lettuce used by them was being recalled for E. coli contamination. The ready to eat products were produced from April 9, 2018 to April 12, 2018 and have a shelf life of four days. You can see pictures of the salads at the USDA web site.

The recalled products are: 11.5 ounce clear plastic containers of ready-to-eat “CAESAR SALAD WITH CHICKEN.”  The product label is marked “Great to Go” by Market District and has a sell by date of 04/13/18-04/16/18.  The case code is 81571201542. Also recalled is 14.4 ounce clear plastic containers of ready-to-eat “CHICKEN AND BACON” salad.  That product label is marked “Great to Go” by Market District and has a sell by date of 04/13/18 – 04/16/18.  The case code is 81571201541.

The next recalled salad is 14.1 ounce clear plastic containers of ready-to-eat “CHEF SALAD WITH HAM, TURKEY, & HARD-BOILED EGG.”  The product label is marked “Great to Go” by Market District and has a sell by date of 04/13/18 – 04/16/18.  The case code is 81571201543. And finally, 13.1 ounce clear plastic containers of ready-to-eat “CHEF SALAD WITH HAM, TURKEY, & HARD-BOILED EGG” is recalled. The product label is marked “Great to Go” by Market District and has a sell by date of 04/13/18 – 04/16/18.  The case code is 81571201545. These products all have the establishment number “P-40211” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to retail locations in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

If you bought any of these products, do not eat them. Throw them away in sealed packages or take them back to the place of purchase for a full refund.

The symptom of an E. coli infection include abdominal cramps, dehydration, and bloody or watery diarrhea. Symptoms begin 2 to 8 days after exposure. If you have eaten these products and have been ill, see your doctor as soon as possible.

Market District Salad Recall

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