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Trader Joe's salads, wraps reminiscent of possible parasites

Some salads and wraps from several major retailers, including Trader Joe's, were recalled because of concerns of Cyclospora parasites in romaine lettuce.

Federal officials released public health warning on Tuesday warned that the contaminated products were lettuce and wrap products from beef, pork and poultry marketed by Caito Foods LLC in Indianapolis.

The dangerous products were also marketed by Kröger and Walgreens.

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The particular parasite Cyclospora Cayetanenis can cause stomach cramps, nausea, fatigue and body cramps pain and diarrhea. Its incubation period is between two and 14 days.

Symptoms usually occur about a week after eating the spoiled food.

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recalled items were scheduled between July 15 and 18 with "Best by" and other expiration dates from July 18 to October Produced July 23rd. Affected customers can also check the area next to the USDA mark to see if the product has the company number "EST.39985" or "P-39985."

Some of the products recalled are listed below:

  • Garden Highway Caesar Salad with Chicken
  • Garden Highway Chef Salad with Smoked Ham and Turkey [19659094] Garden Highway Santa Fe Art Salad with Chicken
  • Delish Santa Fe Art Salad with Chicken
  • Delish Asian Salad with Chicken
  • Delish Chicken Caesar Salad
  • Delish Chef Salad with Ham and Turkey
  • Boar Oweng Tukey Cobb Salad [19659094] Boar Head Everroast Chicken Caesar Salad [19659098] Wild Boar Head Smokemaster Black Forest Ham Pinwheels
  • Trader Giotto's Caesar Salad with Chicken
  • Trader Joe's Taragon Chicken Salad Wrap
  • Trader Ming's Chinese-inspired Salad with Chicken
  • Good To Go Taco Salad

See the full list of recalled products here.

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