Update on Salmonella Typhimurium in BrightFarms packaged salad greens

On July 21, the FDA updated the results of the outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium in packaged salads produced by BrightFarms in Rochelle, IL., by adding Michigan to the states that received the contaminated products. A total of 11 people got sick, and two were hospitalized. Interview data and shopper card records show that seven people ate or bought multiple types of BrightFarms brand salad products before they got sick, including Sunny Crunch, 50/50 Spring & Spinach, Harvest Crunch, and Butter Crisp. FDA conducted a traceback investigation and identified the farm in Rochelle, IL, as the likely source of the BrightFarms brand salad bought by people who became ill. The BrightFarms-branded products were sold in: Illinois: Mariano's Fresh Markets, Walmart (select stores), Strack Van Till, Sullivan's Foods, Caputo's, Jewel-Osco. Wisconsin: Pick 'n Save, Metro Market, Copps, Tadych's, Walmart (select stores). Iowa: Walmart (select stores). Indiana: Strack Van Till. Michigan: Tadych's @ https://www.fda.gov/food/outbreaks-foodborne-illness/outbreak-investigation-salmonella-typhimurium-brightfarms-packaged-salad-greens-july-2021?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

 Outbreak Investigation Salmonella Typhimurium BrightFarms
Outbreak Investigation Salmonella Typhimurium BrightFarms

Do not eat, sell, or serve recalled BrightFarms Packaged Salad Greens produced in IL facility

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