Some Dole prepackaged salads containing iceberg lettuce are being recalled as a consequence of potential listeria contamination at amenities in Ohio and California.
Dole Vegetable Inc. issued a notice to the Meals and Drug Administration relating to the recall.
“This voluntary recall notification is being issued after harvest gear used within the harvesting of the uncooked iceberg lettuce materials utilized in these completed merchandise was examined by Dole and located to include Listeria monocytogenes,” the discover mentioned.
The discover mentioned merchandise from Springfield, Ohio, with a product lot code beginning with “W” and a “greatest if utilized by” date of Dec. 22-Jan. 9, or from Soledad, California, with a product lot code beginning with “B” and a “greatest if utilized by” date of Dec. 23-Jan. 8, needs to be discarded instantly.
Merchandise from Walmart’s Marketside model, Aldi’s Little Salad Bar, Kroger and H-E-B are included within the recall, in keeping with USA Today. None of Dole’s contemporary fruit and field-packed contemporary greens have been affected by the outbreak.
Extra info relating to the states the place the outbreak is positioned and particular Dole merchandise being recalled might be discovered on the FDA’s website.