July 22, 2024

Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kit Recalled For Allergens

Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kit is being recalled because it contains wheat, soy, cashews, and coconut, four of the major food allergens. People who are allergic to those ingredients and those with celiac disease could have a serious allergic reaction if they eat this product. No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

During a single production run, incorrect condiment packets were placed into the Southwest Chopped Kit bags. The recalled product is Fresh Express 11.5 ounce bags of Southwest Chopped Kit with production codes G163B10A and G163B10B, UPC number 0 71279 30602 5, and use-by date of June 29, 2020.

All other Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kits are correctly labeled, and no other Fresh Express products are included in this recall. The kit was distributed between June 12 and June 18, 2020 in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

If you purchased this salad with those production codes, UPC number, and use by date and are allergic to the ingredients listed, do not eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the store where you bought it for a full refund. You can also contact the company for a refund.

Symptoms of food allergies can vary from mild to severe. Early symptoms can include tingling of the mouth, lips, and tongue, itching, and hives. More severe symptoms that can require medical treatment include swelling of the mouth and throat, and difficulty breathing. Allergies can start at any time during life without warning.

Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kit Recalled For Allergens

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