AUSTIN (KXAN) - H-E-B is issuing a voluntary recall for H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad (5 oz. size of the product, as well as all deli items made using this product).
Taylor Farms, the vendor that produces the products, is worried about possible contamination identified at their farm.
These products are sold at H-E-Bs across Texas.
No reports of illnesses have been reported.
Customers can return the recalled products to any H-E-B or Central Market store for a full refund.
Customers with concerns or questions can contact H-E-B Customer Relations at 210-938-8357 or 1-800-432-3113.
Below is the list of products affected by the recall:
H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad, UPC# 0-41220-19752-1, Size: 5-oz.
Chicken Ranch Salad, UPC# 62440, Size: Small
Chicken Ranch Salad, UPC# 62441, Size: Large
Garden Salad, UPC# 62442, Size: Small
Garden Salad UPC# 62443, Size: Large
Chef Salad UPC# 62444, Size: Small
Chef Salad UPC# 62445, Size: Large
Garden Salad w/Rotisserie Chicken Salad, UPC# 62449
Garden Salad with Roasted Turkey, UPC# 62450
Cobb Salad, UPC# 62451
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