Vegetables sold at Albertsons, Walmart, Trader Joe's part of massive recall

Posted October 24, 2017

The products were distributed with the "best if used by" dates of October 11-20, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration report.

Whole Foods recalled Veggie Power Blend, Sesame Chicken Power Salad, and Mexican Chicken Power Salad salads sold by the pound at 10 Northern California stores from September 28 through Friday.

Randalls, Tom Thumb and Albertsons stores in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas are recalling Ready.

Mann Packing recalled almost 100 products sold at retailers ranging from Walmart to Trader Joe's throughout the United States and Canada.

Packaged vegetables are being recalled in multiple states across the US, including Texas, due to possible contamination from Listeria bacteria, which can cause fatal food poisoning in young children, pregnant women and elderly or frail people.

Check your store-bought fresh vegetables.

More information on the affected products can be found on the FDA website. The recalled items can be identified by the dates printed on the front of the packaging and by the UPC codes.

Seattle-based Triple B Corp. is recalling salad kits and stir fry mixes, sold in store delis and used in hospitals, schools and hotels in OR and Washington. They are to discard them or return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Nine vegetable products at Walmart are being recalled including bags of broccoli, cauliflower and vegetable medleys.

Customers may also contact Mann Packing at 888-470-2681. Triple B consumers can call Michael Ruff, Director of Food Safety for Triple B, at 1-206-577-9852, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m.to 7 p.m.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency found a single positive result of listerai monocytogenes in a sample of Mann Packing's products during a random sampling, according to an October 19 news release from the Food and Drug Administration.