Nearly 800,000 Pounds of Ready-to-Eat Products Pulled From Trader Joe’s and Harris Teeter

About 800,000 pounds of prepared to-eat meat and poultry items have been reviewed because of a potential tainting of salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes, the USDA declared Sunday. The reviewed items, created by Bakkavor Foods USA, Inc., were supplied at Trader Joe’s and Harris Teeter, a market chain basically in the southeast.

Bakkavor Foods ended up mindful of the potential danger on Oct. 16, when one of its providers, McCain Foods USA, Inc. reviewed onions because of a tainting concern. These onions were utilized in Bakkavor Foods’ meat items, starting Sunday’s review.

The influenced nourishment things, created from Sept. 27, 2017 through Oct. 15, 2018, incorporate Trader Joe’s Carnitas With Salsa Verde Burrito with use by dates from 10/8/17 through 10/24/18; Harris Teeter’s BBQ Style Chicken Artisan Pizza with use by dates from 1/07/19 to 4/11/19; Harris Teeter’s Chicken Sausage, Egg White, and Cheese Breakfast Burrito with use by dates from 1/24/18 to 10/25/18; Harris Teeter’s and Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Burrito with use by dates from 1/24/18 to 10/25/18.

The foundation numbers on the items are “EST. 19198,” “P-19198,” “EST. 46937,” or “EST. 45335.”

No antagonistic responses because of utilization of these items have been accounted for, as indicated by the USDA, yet buyers are asked to toss out or restore these items on the off chance that they were already bought.

The prudent review comes only weeks after JBS Tolleson pulled 6.5 million pounds of ground hamburger from the racks because of reports of sickness following utilization.

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