Trader Joe's Salad Recalled Over Health Concerns

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On March 4, FSIS recalled Oregon-based GH Foods NW, LLC's Trader Joe's Lemon Chicken & Arugula Salad.

The possibly dangerous ready-to-eat food in 9.2-ounce plastic clamshells with the lot code GHNW 059-06 and "best by" date of March 6, 2023, should be destroyed immediately.

"Due to misbranding and undisclosed allergens," FSIS recalled the goods. The FDA says the top label is correct, but the meal was sent with the

company's Broccoli Slaw and Kale Salad with White Chicken Meat components. Wheat, a frequent allergen, is not included on the label.

The government didn't aware of the issue until the business reported seeing goods in stores with incorrect ingredient declarations.

The product hasn't caused sickness or other problems.

Due to its lengthy shelf life, FSIS fears consumers may still have the recalled Trader Joe's salad.

The organization advises customers to discard the products immediately. Discard or return them.

See a doctor immediately if the recalled salad caused health issues. Please call GH Foods NW at the number on the recall letter with any inquiries.

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