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Precautionary Recall Issued For H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix




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October 19, 2011 | 1,617 views | 1 comment

Bagged Salad Product

Taylor Farms, the vendor that produces H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad, is encouraging customers to check their refrigerators for the 5 oz. size of the product, as well as all deli items made using this product. The products, sold at H-E-B stores across the state, are being recalled as a precaution following possible contamination identified by Taylor Farms.

While no reports of illnesses have been received, the voluntary recall has been issued by H-E-B, in an abundance of caution, to ensure the safety of its customers.

"H-E-B is committed to the highest standards of food safety for our customers," said Winell Herron, Group Vice President of Public Affairs and Diversity. "We want to take every precaution necessary to ensure the integrity and quality of the products sold in our stores."

Customers can return the recalled products to any H-E-B or Central Market store for a full refund. Customers with concerns or questions can contact H-E-B Customer Relations at 210-938-8357 or 1-800-432-3113.

Below is the list of products affected by the recall:

PRODUCT NAME: UPC Code Size
H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad 0-41220-19752-1 5-oz.

DELI ITEMS:

Chicken Ranch Salad 62440 Small

Chicken Ranch Salad 62441` Large

Garden Salad 62442 Small

Garden Salad 62443 Large

Chef Salad 62444 Small

Chef Salad 62445 Large

Garden Salad w/Rotisserie Chicken Salad 62449

Garden Salad with Roasted Turkey 62450

Cobb Salad 62451
 
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