• Trader Joe's salads, Mary's Harvest wraps recalled for risk from corn

    1 month ago - By Food Safety

    Mary's Harvest Fresh Foods Inc. is recalling its branded wrap sandwiches and Trader Joe's brand salads because they include corn from a third-party supplier that might be contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes bacteria.
    Several other companies have posted recalls this week citing a potentially contaminated corn ingredient from a third-party supplier. None of the recalling companies have named their corn suppliers.
    Based in Portland, OR, Mary's Harvest Fresh Foods produced the wraps and salads from Oct. 5 through 13, according to a recall noticed posted yesterday by the...
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  • Producer recalls Marketside brand salads for risk of contaminated corn

    Producer recalls Marketside brand salads for risk of contaminated corn

    1 month ago - By Food Safety

    A Florida company is recalling ready-to-eat salads packaged under Walmart's Marketside brand because they include recalled corn from a third-party supplier. The corn is suspected of being contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria bacteria.
    GHSE LLC of Green Cove Springs, FL, did not name the corn supplier in the its recall for 738 pounds of Marketside brand “Fiesta Salad with Steak.” The company shipped the salads to retailers in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, according to a notice posted by the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service last night.
    Several other companies have posted...
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  • Salad recall includes Whole Foods 365 brand; corn poses risk of infection

    Salad recall includes Whole Foods 365 brand; corn poses risk of infection

    1 month ago - By Food Safety

    A California-based grocery chain is recalling almost half a ton of ready-to-eat salads, including the 365 brand sold by Whole Foods, because they contain corn from a third-party supplier that is under recall for potential contamination from Salmonella and Listeria bacteria.
    GH Foods CA LLC of Sacramento initiated the recall of about 940 pounds of salad yesterday, but did not name the supplier of the corn in the notice posted by the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service. Several other recalls announced this week also cite potentially contaminated corn from a third-party supplier, but...
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  • Potentially contaminated corn prompts grocery chain to recall chicken salad

    1 month ago - By Food Safety

    A regional grocery chain headquartered in St. Louis is recalling chicken salad from 32 of its stores because it contains corn from a third-party supplier that has been recalled because of possible Listeria contamination.
    Schnuck Markets Inc. did not name the supplier of the corn or report how the potential contamination was discovered.
    Similarily, other companies have recalled products in recent days saying they contain corn from a third-party supplier. Those recalls report the supplier warned of possible contamination from Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. None of those...
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