The summer has been rife with recalls and reported cyclospora infections, especially in IL.
News of the recall comes after a cyclospora infection outbreak that began in May and was linked to McDonald's salads supplied by Fresh Express.
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The USDA said it was concerned that "some product may be in consumers' refrigerators and that consumers may be at risk due to the length of the cyclospora incubation period".
The affected products include the Trader Joe's Tarragon Chicken Salad Wrap, the Trader Giotto's Caesar Salad with Chicken and Trader Ming's Chinese Inspired Salad with Chicken that contain best by dates between July 21 and July 23.
The agency was alerted to the issue when Indianapolis-based food distributor Caito Foods "received notification from their lettuce supplier, Fresh Express, that the chopped romaine that is used to manufacture some of their salads and wraps was being recalled".
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The salads and wraps were sold at popular stores such as Trader Joe's, Walgreen's, and Kroger. A spokesperon said,"This product was available in a limited number of our stores in IL only". 39985 or P-39985.' The USDA has posted a complete list online. Take a look at the labels to see if you recognize any of the products.
The outer limit of the incubation period for this batch of food is August 6, the USDA said, and it could be up to six weeks before officials begin to receive reports of illness. The company was also believed to be tied to a salmonella outbreak tied to precut melon products last month that led to illnesses in five states, including Indiana.
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