July 15, 2020

Whole Foods Salads and Wraps Recalled For Undeclared Soy

GHSW is voluntarily recalling some salads, wraps, and salad bar trays sold at two Whole Foods Markets 365 in Texas and at Whole Foods Markets in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas because they do not declared soy as a sub-ingredient of the mayonnaise used to make those products. Some of the labels state that the products “may contain soy.”

Anyone who is allergic to soy, one of the major food allergens, could have a serious reaction if they eat these products. No reports of reactions or illness have been received to date in this recall.

You can see the long list of products, in which store they were sold, the soy declaration, packaging, package weight, UPC number, and plant identifier code at the FDA web site. Some of the recalled products include Classic Potato Salad, Smoked Mozzarella Pasta Salad, Traditional Egg Salad, Yellowfin Tuna Salad, and Broccoli Crunch, among others. Some were plastic in clear plastic clamshells, others in clear plastic bowls, and some were available at the salad bar in the stores.

The recall was initiated after a label review revealed that mayonnaise containing soy was used in these products and the packaging did not properly declare the presence of soy.

If you purchased any of these items and are allergic to soy, do not eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the store where you bought it for a full refund.

Some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction include tingling of the mouth, tongue, and lips, swelling of the mouth, tongue, lips, and face, itching, hives, difficulty breathing, and nausea. Anyone experiencing these symptoms should see a doctor.

Whole Foods Salads and Wraps Recalled For Undeclared Soy


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