Dole Bagged Spinach Recall Affects 10 States Including Wisconsin
Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. has issued a voluntary recall of their bagged "baby spinach" products due to salmonella contamination concerns; Wisconsin is one of the states included as part of the recall order.
The recall was initiated after product tested for salmonella. A sample of baby spinach gave a positive result for Salmonella - in a batch that was randomly tested by the Department of Agriculture in Michigan.
Specifically, here are the product codes/lot numbers you are looking for:
- 6 oz. “Dole Baby Spinach bag” with Use-by dates of “08-05-2019,” Lot code “W20308A” and UPC code “0-71430-00964-2”
- 10 oz. “Dole Baby Spinach clamshell” with Use-by dates of “08-05-2019,” Lot code “W203010” and UPC code “0-71430-00016-8.”
As of this point, ten states are included in the recall: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin. If you have any of the product in question in your possession, you're asked to contact Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. at-800-356-3111.