The United State Dept. of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service has announced a recall of 2,415 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry salad products that may be contaminated with Listeria. One of the states these products were shipped is Michigan.

Saying this recall is due to a high health risk, The FSIS says the ready-to-eat meat and poultry salad items were produced and packaged on various dates between May 31, 2017 and June 5, 2017.

The salad products have a six-day shelf life. The following products are subject to recall:

 

  • 12.6-oz. clamshell packages containing “Chef Salad” with case code 71001 and “Sell By” dates of 6/5/2017, 6/6/2017, 6/7/2017, 6/8/2017, 6/9/2017 and 6/10/2017.
  • 13.1-oz. clamshell packages containing “Chicken & Bacon Cobb Salad” with case code 71004 and “Sell By” dates of 6/5/2017, 6/6/2017, 6/7/2017, 6/8/2017, 6/9/2017 and 6/10/2017.
  • 9.4-oz. clamshell packages containing “Chef Side Salad” with case code 71005 and “Sell By” dates of 6/5/2017, 6/6/2017, 6/7/2017, 6/8/2017, 6/9/2017 and 6/10/2017.
  • 9.65-oz. clamshell packages containing “Chicken & Bacon Cobb Side Salad” with case code 71007 and “Sell By” dates of 6/5/2017, 6/6/2017, 6/7/2017, 6/8/2017, 6/9/2017 and 6/10/2017.

According to the FSIS Release, "the products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. P-45676” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to retail locations in Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia."

The release did not specify which store might have been selling these products.

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