Micro Greens from Whole Foods Recalled by Osage Gardens – Potential Salmonella Contamination
Posted on: November 1, 2016 Food Poisoning Lawyer
On October 7, 2016, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that Osage Gardens, Inc., from New Castle, CO., is recalling their 2oz. Micro Greens for potential salmonella contamination. The potentially contaminated products were distributed through Whole Food stores in Colorado and Kansas. The FDA has not provided a specific classification for this recall.
Recalled Micro Greens from Whole Foods in Colorado and Kansas
The FDA recalled Osage Garden Micro Greens after conducting a routine inspection during which salmonella bacteria was discovered in the finished product. Both Osage Gardens and the FDA are continuing to investigate the cause. In the meantime, Osage Garden Micro Greens has stopped being produced and distributed. If you are concerned that you may have consumed contaminated Osage Gardens 2oz. Micro Greens, please contact a health professional immediately. The Micro Greens are packaged in a clear plastic clamshell. The label for this product is located on the bottom and contains the UPC Code: 709376615008. The products which may be affected will also be dated with Julian codes from 266 to 279’.
The Osage Gardens 2oz. Micro Greens were distributed in both Kansas and Colorado to Whole Food stores. No other distribution locations were noted. According to the FDA announcement, no illnesses have been reported to date.
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