Organic Spinach Sold in Texas on Recall List

The recall applies to Private Selections and Marketside spinach

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    Taylor Farms Retail has issued a recall of organic baby spinach because of possible Salmonella contamination. A random test conducted by the USDA on a finished package alerted the company about the contamination.

    Items subject to the recall include two kinds of Private Selections 5 oz. clamshell organic baby spinach and Marketside 10 oz. clamshell organic baby spinach. Check here the FDA’s list of affected products.

    Salmonella can cause serious illness or infections, even among healthy individuals.

    The recall applies to spinach with the best-by code of May 25. Check for the code on the lower right portion of the front label. According to the FDA, the recalled spinach were distributed from Taylor Farms Retail between May 9 and May 10.

    The recalled spinach were distributed in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

    The FDA reports no illnesses related to this recall.

    If you purchased any of these recalled products, throw them away and contact Taylor Farms Retail for further information at 866-508-7048.