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MARBLE FALLS — H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad is being voluntarily recalled by H-E-B grocery stores as a precaution because of a possible salmonella contamination identified by vendor Taylor Farms Retail Inc., according to a news release.

The bagged salad products include those with “best by” dates ranging from Oct. 18 to 21. They were marketed under the brand names Fresh Selections, H-E-B, Marketside and Taylor Farms. Deli products made the mix also are being recalled.

While no illnesses have been reported, the recall has been issued by H-E-B to ensure the safety of its customers, the release said.

The product name, codes and sizes are as follows:

• H-E-B Spinach Spring Mix Bagged Salad (0-41220-19752-1), 5 ounces

• Chicken ranch salad (62440), small

• Chicken ranch salad (62441), large

• Garden salad (62442), small

• Garden salad (62443), large

• Chef salad (62444, small

• Chef salad (62445), large

• Garden salad with rotisserie chicken salad (62449)

• Garden salad with roasted turkey (62450)

• Cobb salad (62451)

Customers may return the recalled products to any H-E-B or Central Market store for a full refund.

For more, call H-E-B customer relations at (210) 938-8357 or (800) 432-3113.


The Associated Press contributed to this report.