HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston company has recalled nearly 1,800 pounds (817 kilograms) of ready-to-eat salad with chicken products because a corn ingredient may be contaminated with salmonella and listeria.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says GHSW recalled salads produced Oct. 1 through last Thursday, with “best by” or “best if sold” dates of Sunday or Monday.
There are no reports of anyone getting sick.
Salads with a “P-44056” USDA mark were shipped to Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. The items include some products sold under the Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s labels.
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Salmonella can cause diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever. Listeriosis can cause diarrhea, fever, muscle aches, headache, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance and convulsions.
— 10 ounce (283.49 gram) packages of “365 BY WHOLE FOODS MARKET BBQ STYLE CHOPPED SALAD WITH CHICKEN”
— 8 ounce (226.79 gram) packages of “365 BY WHOLE FOODS MARKET CHICKEN FAJITA SALAD”
— 13 ounce (368.54 gram) packages of “TRADER JOE’S BBQ SEASONED WHITE CHICKEN SALAD”
— 10.7 ounce (303.33 gram) packages of “TRADER JOE’S FIELD FRESH CHOPPED SALAD WITH GRILLED WHITE CHICKEN”
— 10.7 ounce (303.33 gram) packages of “TRADER JOSÉ’S MEXICALI INSPIRED SALAD WITH CHILI SEASONED CHICKEN”