A new recall was posted on the Food and Drug Administration bulletin, and this time it’s for a potentially dangerous salad kit.
The Food and Drug Administration is there to keep the general consumer consuming safe products. When a product’s packaging doesn’t accurately depict the contents of the product, a recall of that product needs to be conducted.
Recalls for different products can be found on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website, and one of the most recent recalls comes from Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. The product that has been recalled is the Dole Sunflower Crunch Chopped Salad Kit, and the reason behind the recall is “the dressing and topping kit (masterpack) designed for a different Dole product was unintentionally used during a portion of the production of the salad.”
The FDA post says that people who have an allergy to wheat and tree nuts “may have a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.” In this article’s entirety, you will find images of the product, the Best By Dates, lot codes, and UPC codes. It’s recommended that if you own this product to throw it away now. For more information on this story, check out this link here.
Dole Sunflower Crunch Chopped Salad Kit
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