Salads Sold at Trader Joe's Recalled Because of Possible Glass Shards, Plastic

Ivan Schwartz
November 20, 2017

Trader Joe's is recalling some ready-to-eat salads because they could contain shards of glass or plastic.

The recall encompasses three varieties of chicken and turkey salads made by Green Cuisine, a San Fernando company, that bear the "Trader Joe's" brand on their packaging and are sold at the grocery chain.

The states affected are: California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

The turkey cranberry salads were sold in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

The recalled salads all have a USDA inspected code of P-40299.

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Our supplier has notified us that the following fresh salads-sold only in the states listed-with date codes USE BY 11/10 through 11/21 and the U.S.D.A.

Green Cuisine packaged salads affected by a recall.

All potentially affected product has been removed from store shelves and destroyed.

If you have one of these products, it should be returned to its place of purchase for a full refund or thrown away.

So far-there are no reports of anyone getting injured or sick after eating the products.

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