January 11, 2022 — Dole Fresh Vegetables has recalled more bagged salads that were sold in Texas due to a risk of Listeria bacteria contamination.
The Dole salads recalled in Texas were produced at a Dole facility in Soledad, California. They were also distributed in dozens of other states.
The recalled salads from Soledad, CA can be identified by a product lot code beginning with the letter “B” and a “Best if Used By” date between December 23, 2021 and January 8, 2022.
The salads were sold at retailers like HEB, Walmart, ALDI and the Kroger family of grocery stores, which includes Fred Meyer, QFC, Ralph’s, Food 4 Less, and more.
The salads were sold under brand-names such as:
- President’s Choice
- Little Salad Bar
This is the second recall from Dole that includes salads distributed in Texas. In December 2021, Dole recalled all salads produced at a facility in Yuma, Arizona, after they were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses dating back 2014.
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