Ready Pac recalls bagged salads

July 9, 2010
Ready Pac Foods Inc, based in Irwindale CA, is recalling 702 cases of the Baby Spinach variety of Spinach Temptations 6-ounce bagged salads with use-by dates of July 4 with Product Code I1707B, IR127121 and July 8 with Product Code I2007B, IR130373 because they could be contaminated by E coli O157.H7.

Ready Pac Foods Inc, based in Irwindale CA, is recalling 702 cases of the Baby Spinach variety of Spinach Temptations 6-ounce bagged salads with use-by dates of July 4 with Product Code I1707B, IR127121 and July 8 with Product Code I2007B, IR130373 because they could be contaminated by E coli O157.H7.

The recall extends only to products with this use-by date or product code sold in these states: California, Washington, and Arizona. No other Ready Pac Foods products are included in the recall.

No illnesses related to these products have been reported.

Ready Pac is collaborating closely with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The recall notification is being issued out of an abundance of caution based on a confirmed positive result for E coli O157:H7 in a random sample test conducted by the FDA.

The use-by dates are found in the upper left hand corner of the package with the product codes immediately underneath.

Consumers who may have purchased the affected product are asked to record the use-by date and product code, immediately dispose of the product, and contact Ready Pac toll-free at 800-800-7822, Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm (Pacific Time) to obtain a full refund.

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