Fresh Express is recalling a limited quantity of its Hearts of Romaine Salad with a due to a possible health risk from salmonella.
The voluntary recall for romaine salads with use-by dates of Oct. 11 was announced the same day by Salinas, Calif.-based Fresh Express, The product code is S270A24.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency also recalled the product, warning consumer not to eat the bagged salads.
There have been no reports of illnesses or consumer complaints in association with the recall, according to a news release from Fresh Express.
The recall notice was issued based on a positive result for salmonella as part of the Food and Drug Administration’s random sample testing program, according to the company. Fresh Express is coordinating with regulatory officials, according to the release.
Fresh Express has contacted retailers that received the product to confirm it was removed from store shelves, according to the release. The recalled salads were primarily distributed in the West, Northwest and Midwest.
The Canadian agency reported the salads were shipped to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario, other provinces and territies may also have received the salads.