Packaged Vegetables Recalled in Colorado Due to Possible Listeria Contamination
Mann Packing who provides minimally processed vegetables to grocery stores and commercial food services is voluntarily recalling a number of their vegetables due to the possibility of the presence of listeria bacteria.
The company distributes products to Colorado Stores including Safeway, Albertsons, and Kroger/King Soopers/City Market. Some Walmart, Western Family, and Trader Joe's locations may have also received the vegetables.
Some of the brand names used for the packaged products include Archer Farms, Little Salad Bar, Signature Farms, Journey Cuisine or Mann's.
These are the Mann Packing vegetables sold in Colorado, Nebraska, Northwestern New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota that are being recalled. All of the products were packaged in and have an October 2017 best used by date.
- Veggie Ranch Snack Pack
- Premium Vegetable Tray
- Steaming Vegetables
- Round Vegetable Tray
- Rectangular Vegetable Tray
- Saute' Kit
- Saute' Kit with Sauce
- Vegetable Medley with Tomato Chipotle Butter
- Vegetable Tray with Dip Grab and Go
- Deli Broccoli Almond Salad
- Deli Asian Pasta Salad
- Deli Colorado Coleslaw
- Deli California Broccoli Salad
There have been no reported cases of anyone contracting Listeria from consuming these products. The recall is being done as a precaution due to possible risk. A detailed list of recalled Mann Packing Products is available from the US Food and Drug Administration.
If you have any of the products listed, please discard them or return to the store where they were purchased.
Sources: FDA/News Channel 13/9News