The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced a recall for Dole Baby Spinach due to a possible Salmonella contamination risk. Representatives for Dole did not immediately return Red Tricycle’s request for comment.

If you think you may have this product in your fridge or freezer, read on for more information on the recall.

Recalled Product Description: Dole Baby Spinach

The recent recall includes a limited number of cases of six-ounce Dole Baby Spinach bags and 10-ounce Dole Baby Spinach clamshell. The products were sold in IL, IN, KY, MI, NJ, NY, OH, TN, VA and WI and have the use-by date of Aug., 5, 2019. Products in this recall have either the lot code W20308A (UPC code 0-71430-00964-2) or lot code W203010 (UPC code 0-71430-00016-8).

Why the Baby Spinach Was Recalled

The voluntary recall was issued after a sample of the baby spinach product tested positive for Salmonella during a random Department of Agriculture test in Michigan. Salmonella can cause serious illness, with symptoms that include diarrhea, vomiting, fever and abdominal pain.

How To Tell If Your Baby Spinach Was Recalled

Look for the lot code and use-by date on the upper right corner of the bagged spinach or on the label located on the bottom of the clamshell. These include lot code W20308A (UPC code 0-71430-00964-2) or lot code W203010 (UPC code 0-71430-00016-8).

What Consumers Can Do

If you have the recalled product don’t eat it. Throw the spinach away. Contact Dole Consumer Center at 1-800-356-3111 with any questions about the recall.

—Erica Loop

Photos: Courtesy of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 



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