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Recall: Undeclared allergen in Trader Joe’s salad

These salad kits are being recalled.

Recalled salad kit's. Photo sourced from the FDA

A voluntary recall has been issued for this Trader Joe’s salad kit due to undeclared allergens.

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Trader Joe’s salad kit recall

Taylor Farms Retail has issued a voluntary recall on this Trader Joe’s salad kit.

According to an article by the FDA these salad kits contain undeclared egg and wheat.

This would put anyone with a sensitivity or allergy at risk of a serious or life-threatening reaction.

The product name, best by date, and UPC are listed below

  • Lemony Arugula Basil Salad Kit 9.75 oz bag – 06/02/2022 – 0066 2932

You can find the best by date in the upper right-hand corner of the package.

These salad kits were sold nationwide at Trader Joe’s stores nationwide.

So far there have been so reported cases of illness due to this product.

Anyone who has purchased this product should either return it for a refund or throw it away.

Consumers with questions can call (855) 455-0098 to speak to a representative.

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Allergic reaction

In case you’re ever in a situation where you or someone around you accidentally consumes something their allergic to these are the signs and what to do.

When someone eats something their allergic to they may experience the following symptoms

  • Swelling of the tongue
  • Tight, hoarse throat
  • Wheezing
  • Repetitive cough
  • Vomiting and stomach cramps
  • Shock
  • Dizziness
  • Pale or blue coloring of the skin
  • Weak pulse
  • Shortness of breath
  • Hives
  • Anaphylaxis – a potentially life-threatening reaction.

If you start feeling any of the listed symptoms you should stop eating immediately.

If you’re experiencing severe symptoms check to see if you have an EpiPen and call 911.

Even if you are experiencing mild symptoms you should always follow up with a doctor.

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