More salad kits have been added as a reminder of listeria concerns
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added more salad kits to a recall that began last week due to possible listeria contamination.
The latest products to be recalled include Southwest salad kits made by Dole and President’s Choice, as well as Dole’s Chop!Chop Avocado Ranch salad kit. All three are distributed nationally.
The inspection agency is also recalling Fresh Express’s Salsa sauce! The Ensalada range is sold in Alberta and British Columbia.
Other products recalled last week include Rojo’s Black Bean 6 Layer dip, President’s Choice and Taylor Farms Mexican-style Street Corn Salad.
No illnesses reported in Canada: CFIA
The affected products all include cheese made by Rizo-Lopez Foods, which is suspected to be the source of the listeria outbreak in the United States. United State.
The Food Inspection Agency says no illnesses linked to these products have been reported in Canada.
It says people who have the recalled products should throw them away or return them.
The agency says foods contaminated with Listeria may not look or smell spoiled, but they can still make people sick.
Symptoms can include vomiting, fever, muscle pain, severe headache, and neck stiffness.
The agency says if anyone believes they have become ill from consuming the recalled products, they should seek medical care.