( Courtesy FDA )

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Satur Farms, Cutchogue, N.Y., is recalling baby spinach and mesclun mix over salmonella concerns.

The recall, posted on the Food and Drug Administration’s site on Jan. 23, involves retail and foodservice products.  No illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall, according to the company’s notice.

Routine sample testing by the state departments of agriculture in Florida and New York prompted Satur Farms to initiate the recall. According to a label on a clamshell supplied by the FDA, the product was grown in Florida.

The products, distributed in New York and Florida, are:

  • Satur Farms Baby Spinach, Mesclun, packed in 5-, 10- and 16-ounce clamshells for retail; and
  • Satur Farms foodservice product in sealed poly bags, 2.5-, 3-, and 4-pounds, and bags containing four 2.5-pound packages and bags containing four 3-pound packages. Lot codes are 18494 and 18513 for spinach, and 18520 for mesclun.

Satur Farms is asking wholesalers and retailers who received the products to pull them from sales, and contact customers who have received them. For more information, contact Satur Farms at 631-734-4219 or [email protected].