Dole has issued another recall for pre-packaged salads from Walmart, HEB, Kroger and other stores due to Listeria, just one month after Dole salads were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses in 13 states.
Two types of organic bagged "Power Greens" salad mixes have been linked to an E. coli outbreak, with 13 illnesses reported from six states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses has been linked to Fresh Express salads, including products from Walmart, Hannaford, Safeway, Giant Eagle, and other major grocery stores.
A variety of leafy greens were recalled by Old Soul's Farms after tests found contamination with Listeria bacteria.
More than 600 people in 11 states have been infected with Cyclospora parasites after eating bagged salad mixes containing iceberg lettuce, red cabbage, or carrots.
A growing number of lawsuits have been filed by people who were infected with Cyclospora parasites after eating bagged salads.
More than 500 people in the Midwest were infected with Cyclospora parasites after eating bagged salads with iceberg lettuce, carrots and red cabbage.
Fresh Express expanded a recall for bagged salads sold at Walmart and other stores after hundreds of people got parasite infections.
Health officials have linked an outbreak of E. coli illnesses to Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad.
Consumer Reports found Listeria bacteria in 6 samples of kale, lettuce and spinach from major grocery stores such as Costco, Whole Foods, Hannaford and Acme.