country fresh recalls precut packaged veggies due to listeria risk - clear plastic film
Country Fresh is recalling 30,000 cases of various packaged vegetables as they may be contaminated by L. L. mononosecell hyperplasia, which may lead to severe fatal infections in young, elderly or immune-suppressed populations.
The company announced on Friday that the recall will affect packages shipped to Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. And there is a "best" date between August. 7 and Aug. 19, 2016.
The affected items are placed in a transparent plastic container or in a foam plastic tray wrapped in a transparent plastic film.
They sell in different suppliers, including Publix, Wal-
Supermarkets, supermarkets and supermarketsLO.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The company did not receive any disease reports related to the product.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia identified Liszt in a regular sample.
"We take this incident very seriously because we want to ensure the safest, healthiest and best quality service for our customers.
"There are high quality products," Max Payen, national director of fresh food safety, said at a press conference.
According to the press release, the recall affected the following products: The National fresh food and the FDA are working to identify pollution sources and have stopped distributing them to affected areas as a precautionary measure.
Consumers with problems can contact the company at 281-453-
3305, Monday to Friday, 9: 00m. – 5 p. m. CT.