Dole announces recall of salad kit due to undeclared allergens


If you’re heading to the supermarket, you may want to be cautious when choosing a salad.

Dole announced that it is voluntarily recalling its Sesame Asian Chopped Salad Kit sold in nine states due to undeclared allergens, reported Today.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, the dressing and topping kit, which was designed for different Dole product, has egg in it and was “unintentionally used during a portion of the production of the salad.”

A spokesperson for the company released a statement and said the recall affects 7,200 bags of the salad.

The FDA confirmed that no allergic reactions or illnesses had been reported. If you have an egg allergy, the organization said people could have a severe or life-threatening reaction if they eat the product.

The recall effects salad bags found in Arkansas, California, Idaho, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Oregon, Texas, and Utah.

If you’re looking to see if you purchased this bag, the product lot code and expiration date can be found on the upper right corner of each bag, and the UPC code is in the bottom right corner. The recalled lot code numbers are B364016 and B364017, the expiration date is 1/15/2021, and the UPC is 0-71430-00035-9.

No other Dole products are part of the recall.

Anyone in possession of the recalled salad kits are advised to discard the products.

For further information, customers can call the Dole Consumer Center at 1-800-356-3111, 24 hours a day.

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