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Nearly 9,000 Pounds of Ready-to-Eat Salad Recalled

The USDA says the romaine lettuce might be contaminated with E.coli.

INDIANAPOLIS -- If you love salad, you might want to check the label before digging in.

Fresh Foods Manufacturing is recalling 8,757 pounds of salad because the romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E.coli.

Some of the salads were shipped to Indiana and sold at Market District stores. 

The salads have a sell-by date of April 13 - 16, 2018 and have the number P-40211 inside the USDA inspection label on the package.

The recall includes the following products:

  • 11.5 oz., clear plastic containers of "Caesar Salad With Chicken". The label is marked "Great to Go" by Market District.
     
  • 14.4 oz., clear plastic containers of "Chicken and Bacon" salad. The label is marked "Great to Go" by Market District.
     
  • 13.1 oz and 14.1 oz., clear plastic containers of "Chef Salad with Ham, Turkey & Hard-Boiled Egg". The product is marked "Great to Go" by Market District. 

The USDA says there have been no reports of anyone falling ill after eating one of the recalled salads.

If you purchased one of the recalled salads, you should throw it away or take it back to the store for a refund.

(Photo by the USDA.)

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