A Dole Baby Spinach recall 2019 has been announced due to health concerns.
Here’s what customers need to know about the Dole Baby Spinach recall 2019.
- The Dole Baby Spinach recall 2019 is due to the risk of the product containing salmonella.
- This comes after a random product testing from the Department of Agriculture in Michigan came back positive for the organism.
- However, the company notes that there are no cases of illnesses in connection to the recall.
- The symptoms of salmonella include fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
- It mostly affects young children, the elderly or frail individuals.
- The products that are included in this list have a Best By date of Aug. 8, 2019.
- This means that the items are expired and customers won’t find them on store shelves.
- Instead, the company is alerting customers that may still have packages of the food stores away in their homes.
- The recall includes the 6 oz Dole Baby Spinach bag with a Lot code of “W20308A” and a UPC of “0-71430-00964-2”.
- It also covers the 10 oz Dole Baby Spinach clamshell with a Lot code of “W203010” and a UPC of “0-71430-00016-8”.
- The products that are part of the Dole Baby Spinach recall 2019 were distributed in IL, IN, KY, MI, NJ, NY, OH, TN, VA, and WI.
- The recall doesn’t include any other products from Dole.
Anyone that has questions about the Dole Baby Spinach recall 2019 can follow this link for more information.
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