California-based Ready Pac Foods Inc. is recalling approximately 4,200 bags of spinach salad after E.coli was found by FDA investigators in a random sample of the product. The six-ounce bagged salads are sold under the product name Spinach Temptations. The bags were sold in California, Washington, and Arizona and have a July 4 use-by date.
Pre-cut romaine lettuce may be the cause of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened at least 23 people in recent months. The strain of E. coli at issue, which is typically found in the feces of cattle and wild animals, has raised questions about the processing practices for pre-cut produce. Pre-cut salad mix is [...]
An E. coli outbreak caused by tainted romaine lettuce has sickened at least 23 people in Michigan, Ohio, New York, and now Tennessee. The number of confirmed cases has risen from 19 last week, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Seven other reported cases have not yet been confirmed. The tainted [...]