The USDA announced a recall of 5 products due to Salmonella concerns. The products are ready-to-eat meals containing a vegetable component being blamed for the contamination.  Here are the products to avoid.

A corn ingredient is being blamed for the recall of a ready-to-eat salad with chicken products. Here are the product labels.

“365 By Whole Foods Market Bbq Style Chopped Salad With Chicken”
“365 By Whole Foods Market Chicken Fajita Salad”
"Trader Joe’s Bbq Seasoned White Chicken Salad”
“Trader Joe’s Field Fresh Chopped Salad With Grilled White Chicken”
“Trader José’s Mexicali Inspired Salad With Chili Seasoned Chicken”

The same corn ingredient is leading an Indianapolis Company to recall their Ready-to-eat salads with chicken and bowls. Here are the product labels.

“Good & Delish Sante Fe Style Salad With Chicken”
“Santa Fe Style Salad With Chicken”
“Fresh Garden Highway Salads Santa Fe Style Salad With Chicken”
“Good To Go! Chipotle Chicken Bowl”
“Fresh Garden Highway Santa Fe Style Salad With Chicken"

Onions are the tainted ingredient in a Texas Company's recalled ready-to-eat meat and poultry taquitos. Here are the product labels.

“Beef Taco &Amp; Cheese Taquitos”
“Buffalo Style Cooked Glazed Chicken Taquitos”
“Chipotle Chicken Wrapped In A Battered Flour Tortilla”
“Fresh To You, Breaded Chicken Tenders W/ BBQ Sauce”
"Fresh To You, Breaded Chicken Tenders W/ Hot Sauce”

They don't specify what vegetable is contaminating a California Company's ready-to-eat chicken and beef products. Here are the product labels.

“Simple Truth, Chicken Bibimbap”
“Simple Truth, Thai Style Green Curry”
“Simple Truth, Chicken Tikka Masala”
“Cadence Gourmet, Steak Fajitas”
“Cadence Gourmet, Tuscan Tomato Basil Chicken & Sausage”
“Cadence Gourmet, Rustic Toasted Tomato Basil Chicken & Vegetables”

Once again, onions are being blamed for a contaminated product from a company with locations in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and California. They're recalling ready-to-eat meat and poultry product. Here are the product labels.

"Harris Teeter Fresh Foods Market Deli-Bakery Brand “Bbq Style Chicken Artisan Pizza”
"Harris Teeter Fresh Foods Market Deli-Bakery Brand “Chicken Sausage, Egg White And Cheese Breakfast Burrito”
"Harris Teeter Fresh Foods Market Deli-Bakery Brand “Bacon, Egg And Cheese Burrito”
“Trader Joe’s Carnitas With Salsa Verde Burrito”

The USDA's website has more information on the recall. And if you're concerned about all the recent food recalls, check out Central New York's locally grown products and foods with free samples at Taste of Central New York October 27.

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