Dole Garden Salad Bags Recalled Due to Listeria Concerns
Dole Fresh Vegetables is recalling garden salad bags sold in 10 states after a sample tested by the Georgia Department of Agriculture yielded a positive result for listeria monocytogenes – an organism that can cause serious and potentially deadly infections. According to the Food and Drug Administration, no illnesses have been reported in connection to the recalled garden salad. The recall includes 12 and 24-ounce bags of Kroger Classic Garden Salad sold in Kroger stores in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
According to the notice, the salad is beyond its October 25, 2021, “best-if-used-by” date and should no longer be on store shelves. Consumers need to check to see if they have the recalled salads and throw out those with the specific lot and UPC codes found on the FDA website. People with questions can call the company’s consumer line at 1 (800) 356-3111.
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