Trader Joe’s Recall 2010: Cilantro Recalls

Trader Joe’s Recall 2010: Cilantro Recalls – Trader Joe’s has announced that they are recalling several cilantro products that have been tainted with bacteria.
The famous grocery store chain which was founded in Los Angeles (California) in 1958 by Joe Coulombe, an entrepreneur of 80 years, who has now retired, published a press release that revealed that the recall affects supermarkets nationwide.

The company made the announcement after it was revealed that there is a possibility that a batch of cilantro may have been contaminated by the salmonella genus.

In order to avoid a nationwide food poisoning, the enterprise formerly known as Pronto Markets has removed Cilantro Dressing with a sell-by date of Feb. 9, 2011, and Spicy Peanut Vinaigrette dressing with a sell-by date of Jan. 9, 2011 of their shelves.

The Monrovia, California based business is also recalling Cilantro Pecan Dip sold in stores in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state with sell-by dates of Nov. 20 and Nov. 24.

Also on the long recall list is Spicy Thai Pasta Salad which were sold in California Trader Joe’s stores with sell-by dates of Oct. 31 through Nov. 6.

If you have any of the items mentioned above you are asked to bring them back to the nearest store in your area for a full refund.

In related news Trader Joe’s that has noticed that the recession is pushing more and Americans to shop at low cost supermarkets has opened two brand new stores in very affluent neighborhoods in New York, one in Chelsea and the other on the Upper West Side.

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