FOOD RE­CALLED DUE TO LIS­TE­RIA

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - FRONT PAGE -

Dole Fresh Veg­eta­bles Inc. is re­call­ing var­i­ous pre-pack­aged chopped sal­ads, salad blends and kits, and leafy green prod­ucts from the mar­ket­place due to pos­si­ble lis­te­ria mono­cy­to­genes con­tam­i­na­tion. A news re­lease from the com­pany says con­sumers “should not con­sume and dis­trib­u­tors, re­tail­ers and food ser­vice es­tab­lish­ments such as ho­tels, restau­rants, cafe­te­rias, hospi­tals and nurs­ing homes should not sell or use the re­called prod­ucts.” The prod­ucts may have been sold in P.E.I. This re­call ap­plies to all prod­ucts man­u­fac­tured from the Dole fa­cil­ity lo­cated in Spring­field, Ohio. Af­fected prod­uct can be iden­ti­fied with a code be­gin­ning with the let­ter “A” in the up­per right-hand cor­ner of the pack­age. “Check to see if you have re­called prod­ucts in your home. Re­called prod­ucts should be thrown out or re­turned to the store where they were pur­chased.”

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