Beloved Bagged Salad Kit Is Being Recalled

Due to suspected contamination, 15 states have recalled a popular salad kit. Fresh Express randomly tested a 10.5-ounce Caesar Supreme salad set for E. coli.

The recalled salad has a use-by date of Nov. 8, 2020 and product number S296. No sicknesses or customer complaints have been documented,

but the business is recalling the product out of caution in the rare case it's still in shops or customers' homes.

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming received salad kits.

The recall notification doesn't name merchants. Fresh Express' website lists Walmart, Kroger, Target, and others as kit sellers. Here's the whole list.E. coli may cause diarrhoea, stomach cramps, and vomiting.

Symptoms persist a week or more. "Consumers who have expired goods in their refrigerators should discard it," adds the notification.

This isn't the only recalled lettuce due of E. coli. Two recent illnesses are linked to Walmart romaine lettuce.

In September, an Ohio adolescent became sick after eating a Chipotle salad. Her lawyers have filed two lawsuits against the Mexican chain.

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