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Another Bagged Salad Recall

Pacific Coast Fruit Co. of Portland, OR is recalling multiple types of bagged processed salads because they might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

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Some of Pacific Coast Fruit’s bagged salads, for retail and food service customers, used produce that has been recalled by River Ranch.

There have been no reported illnesses associated with this recall, according to the company.

Check the news release here to see the recalled products, including UPC code, Pacific Coast Fruit item numbers, and best-by dates or production date.

Pacific Coast recalled salad products were distributed to Fred Meyer, Avanti and Evergreen in Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Idaho.

The recalled retail salads are in a 9.6 oz. – 10 oz. clamshell-style packages. VA food service items are packed in 5 lb. – 20 lb. food service salads bags.

Consumers who purchased these salad products should not consume them and are urged to return them to the place of purchase or destroy the product.  For more information contact Pacific Coast Fruit at 503-234-6411 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PST Monday through Friday. 

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  • Ben Mark

    The recall is going on for a while and as I read the stuff was out of sell by date for a week. Keeps the listeria the lettuce fresh for such a long time? With a functional traceback there should not be a problem to remove everything within hours from the supply chain. Why is everyday a new recall???