Listeria was discovered in Fresh Express lettuce. The Hearts of Romaine Salad may be contaminated, therefore the company announced a recall of the product. The contamination was discovered after a random sampling which revealed positive results for Listeria. Listeria may lead to nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Those who need answers to any questions can reach Fresh Express directly, according to news reports.
2,095 cases of romaine lettuce were recently recalled by Tanimura & Antle, based in Salinas, California. The recall was conducted along with the Food and Drug Administration after a routing testing of the product. The product was sold starting August 2nd in a plastic bag with a certain UPC number and best-by date of Aug. 19th. The lettuce was distributed to many states including Maryland, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Kansas, Washington, Arizona, Alabama, Washington, and Arkansas, according to news reports.
Giant Eagle Inc. is recalling iceberg lettuce because they may be contaminated with listeria. They were informed by the US Food and Drug Administration the products may contain listeria, after a routine test revealed its presence. The affected product is an 8-ounce package of shredded iceberg lettuce which was produced by River Ranch Fresh Foods LLC. The lettuce has a use-by date of October 14. So far, there have been no reports of customers becoming ill due to consuming the lettuce. The lettuce was also included in prepared deli sandwiches, which are all listed by Reuters.
As a car accident attorney, I hope that nobody is adversely affected by this product. If you or a loved one were harmed by an unsafe product, discuss your case with an Arlington personal injury lawyer who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, and answer any important legal questions you may have regarding your case. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through your case by guiding you through the legal processes associated with your case in order to reach the best possible outcome for your claim.
90 cartons of chopped romaine are undergoing a recall by True Leaf Farms due to a potential contamination of Listeria. The product was recalled that shipped between September 12-13. There have not been any illnesses linked to the recalled product yet. The affected product has a use-by date of 9/29/11. The recalled lettuce was packed in True Leaf Farms cartons then distributed to various retail outlets. The company was notified today that the lettuce was taken during a random sampling and tested positive for Listeria. The Food and Drug Administration is working with True Leaf Farms to let consumers know about the recall. “We are fully cooperating with the FDA, and we are contacting all of our customers to ensure prompt removal of any product potentially associated with the recall,” said Steve Church, True Leaf Farms. “We are committed to conducting this recall quickly and efficiently to reduce any risk to public health.” According to news reports, costumers are urged to throw the lettuce away immediately.
As a car accident lawyer, I hope that nobody is adversely affected by this product. If you or a loved one were harmed by an unsafe product, discuss your case with an Alexandria personal injury attorney who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, and answer any important legal questions you may have regarding your case. A personal injury lawyer can help guide you through your case by helping you through the legal processes in order to reach the best possible outcome for your claim.