The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued a health alert over pre-made salads and wraps sold at stores including Trader Joe's and Walgreens, due to concerns they may be contaminated with cyclospora, an intestinal parasite.
The concern is over recalled romaine lettuce that may have been used in the wraps and salads, according to the USDA.
People are being warned to check their refrigerators for any of the beef, pork and poultry products affected by the alert.
The items listed in the health alert were produced between July 15 and July 18, and have a sell-by date ranging from July 18 to July 23. Customers can find a complete list of the products here, and labels of the products here.
Another #lettuce #recall: The #USDA has issued an alert for salad and wrap products sold by Caito Foods, that may be contaminated with parasites. These products were sold at Kroger, Walgreens and Trader Joes.https://t.co/g1w9DKSx1L— Eichholz Law Firm (@Eichholz_Law) August 1, 2018
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