According to the FDA, BrightFarms extended its recall of salad greens to include BrightFarms branded Fresh Baby Spinach from the American marketplace due to suspected Salmonella contamination. The recall expansion included packaged salad greens past the expiration date. It was produced in its Rochelle, Illinois (Ogle County) greenhouse farm sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, and Michigan due to potential contamination Salmonella. The recalled products were packaged in clear, plastic clamshells with "best by" dates through 7/26/2021. The products were sold by retailers listed in the July 15 recall notice. @ https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/brightfarms-announces-voluntary-recall-expansion-packaged-salad-greens-sold-illinois-wisconsin-iowa
BrightFarms Expanded its recall of packaged salad greens to include baby spinach
BrightFarms Announces Voluntary Recall Expansion of Packaged Salad Greens Sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan
BrightFarms today initiated a voluntary recall expansion of additional packaged salad greens that are past expiration date and were produced in its Rochelle, Illinois (Ogle County) greenhouse farm sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan due to potential contamination with Salmonella.