The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) advises that Trader Joe's has recalled salad. See which item was removed from shelves due to health concerns.
On March 4, FSIS recalled Trader Joe's Lemon Chicken & Arugula Salad from Oregon-based GH Foods NW, LLC.
The concerned ready-to-eat food is packaged in 9.2-ounce plastic clamshell containers with GHNW 059-06 and a "best by" date of March 6, 2023.
The government said Trader Joe's locations in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington received the goods. Move affects 106 pounds of merchandise.
FSIS stated that the manufacturer pulled the product "because to misbranding and undeclared allergies."
The product's top label is correct, however they were packaged with the company's Broccoli Slaw and Kale Salad with White Chicken Meat ingredient label.
The business informed the government that items were distributed to shops with the wrong ingredient declaration. Consumption has not caused medical difficulties or harmful responses.
FSIS worries customers may still have the recalled Trader Joe's salad in their fridges. The FDA cautions consumers not to ingest the goods. Throw them away or return them for a refund.
It's not unusual for unlisted substances to trigger food and beverage recalls. In reality, numerous recent incidents like the latest Trader Joe's salad recall have affected other large shops.