WASHINGTON – Two Taylor Farms establishments, located in Dallas, Texas, and in Tracy, Calif., and headquartered in Salinas, Calif,, are recalling approximately 6,630 pounds of chicken and pork salad products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes, USDA’s Food Safety & Inspection Service has announced.
The products are 10.5-ounce plastic trays of “Signature Cafe Southwest Chicken Premade Salad” with “USE BY” dates of “2/13/17, 2/14/17 or 2/15/17;” 10.5-ounce plastic trays of “Signature Café Southwest Style Salad with Chicken” with “USE BY” dates of “2/14/17, 2/15/17 or 2/16/17;” and 8.25-ounce plastic trays of “H-E-B Shake Rattle & Bowl Rowdy Ranch Hand (contains pork)” with “USE BY” dates of “2/17/17, 2/18/17 or 2/19/17.”
The products were produced and packaged from Feb. 6-9, 2017. The products have either establishment number M/P-34013 or M/P-34733 inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to distribution centers in Los Angeles and Tracy, Calif.; Portland, Ore; and Houston, Roanoke and San Antonio, Texas.
The problem was discovered on Feb. 10, 2017, when both establishments were notified by Sargento Foods Inc., which supplies Bevel Shred Pepperjack cheese products to the Taylor Farms establishments. The cheese products are being recalled by Sargento Foods, Inc. out an abundance of caution due to potential Lm contamination.
FSIS and the company are concerned that some product may be in consumers’ refrigerators.
More information can be obtained by contacting Vince Ramos, national accounts manager, at 510-378-3132 or Mark Clement at(214- 565-4848.