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Fresh Express recalls salad mixes due to E. coli

Fresh Express has issued a recall of their 10.5 ounce packages, distributed to more than a dozen states, due to E. coli STEC 026 contamination. The salad mixes are past their expiration dates (Nov. 8, 2020), but Fresh Express wants to ensure neither retailers nor consumers hold onto the recalled salads.

 

Recalled Product:

Fresh Express Kit Caesar Supreme

10.5 ounces

Product code - S296

 

As TheThrillist.com reports, the contamination was found after a randomly selected package “returned a positive result of E. coli STEC 026.” The expiration date was November 8th, but it’s possible some retailers and/or consumers still have the salad mix on their shelves. The recalled salad was distributed to retailers in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

Aside from it being more than 2 weeks past your expiration date, if you are still holding onto the recalled Fresh Express Kit Caesar Supreme, you should throw it away. As of the time of this story, no illnesses have been reported.

To read the full post over at TheThrillist.com, follow this link: http://ttps://bit.ly/375sFMS