Ready-to-Eat Salads Recalled Across the U.S. for Salmonella, Listeria Risk

Ready-to-eat salads made by small suppliers across the country are being recalled because they might be contaminated with listeria or salmonella, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday.

Suppliers in Florida, California, Washington, Oregon and Texas have recalled mixed salads sold at retailers that include Trader Joe’s, Walmart, 7-Eleven and Whole Foods, the USDA said.

No one has been reported sick. But suppliers of some of the ingredients have reported the salads may have been contaminated. All of the salads contain meat such as chicken or pork.

Some of the salads are bagged and some are in plastic kits, the USDA’s Food Safety Information Service (FSIS) said. A full list is on its website.

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SOURCE: NBC News, Maggie Fox