Ready-To-Eat Salads, Sandwiches Recalled Over E.coli Concerns
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A California company is recalling approximately 181,620 pounds of ready-to-eat salads and sandwich wrap products due to the risk that they may be contaminated with E. coli.
The recalled products by Richmond-based Glass Onion Catering come with fully-cooked chicken and ham. The company says the products and other foods regulated by the FDA are subject to the recall. They included:
• 12 oz. packages of “delish pan pacific chop salad”;
• 13.4 oz. packages of “delish California style grilled chicken salad”;
• 9.9 oz. packages of “delish uncured applewood smoked ham & cheese wrap”;
• 10.5 oz. packages of “delish grilled chicken caesar wrap”;
• 10.9 oz. packages of “delish southwestern chicken wrap”;
• 11.5 oz. packages of “delish greek brand low-calorie grilled chicken wrap”;
• 9.9 oz. packages of “delish white chicken club wrap”;
• 11.2 oz. packages of “delish asian style chicken wrap”;
• 13.4 oz. packages of “atherstone Fine Foods Southwestern Style White Chicken Wrap with Chimichurri Sauce”;
• 10.5 oz. packages of “atherstone Fine Foods Asian Style White Chicken Wrap with Mango Vinaigrette”;
• 9.9 oz. packages of “atherstone Fine Foods Grilled White Chicken Caesar Wrap with Caesar Dressing”;
• 10.7 oz. packages of “super fresh Foods California Grilled Chicken Salad, Low Fat Mendocino Mustard Dressing”;
• 10.7 oz. packages of “Lunch Spot Southwestern Style Chicken Wrap, Chile & Lime Dressing”;
• 9.2 oz. packages of “super fresh Foods Pan Pacific Chopped Chicken Salad, Ginger Soy Dressing”;
• 10.7 oz. plastic containers of “TRADER JOE’S Field Fresh Chopped Salad with Grilled Chicken”;
• 11 oz. plastic containers of “TRADER JOSÉ’S MEXICALI SALAD with Chili Lime Chicken.”
“Twenty-six case-patients have been identified in three states with indistinguishable E. coli,” according to a statement issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
“Based on epidemiological information, 15 case-patients reported consumption of ready-to-eat pre-packaged salads prior to illness onset,” the statement indicated.
The recalled products were produced between Sept. 23 and Nov. 6 and were distributed in eight states, including California.