This brings the total USDA recalls of 2011 to 13:
CLASS I RECALL
HEALTH RISK: HIGH
Taylor Farms Pacific, a Tracy, Calif., establishment, has recalled approximately 64,000 pounds of chicken and pork products because the broccoli used in these products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.
The problem was identified through a routine sampling of products at retail by the Washington Department of Agriculture which led to a Feb. 24, 2011 recall of products containing broccoli announced by the Food and Drug Administration. Some of these products may have already been identified in that release.
The products subject to recall include:
* Raleys Yellow Curry Chicken Rice Bowl 17 oz.
* Raleys Udon Pork Noodle Bowl, 17 oz.
* Raleys Udon Chicken Noodle Bowl, 17 oz.
* Raleys Asian Pasta Toss Tray, 12 oz.
* Raleys Family Grilled Chicken Penne Alfredo, 36 oz.
* Rales Grilled Chicken Breast with Mashed Potato and Gravy 14 oz.
* Taylor Farms Snack Pot Penne Alfredo, 10.75 oz.
* 6.25 lb cases of. Taylor Farms Broccoli Crunch Salad Kit bearing case code 10203140
* 6.25 lb cases of Taylor Farms Broccoli Crunch Kit bearing case code 10210070
* 6.25 lb cases of SYSCO Broccoli Crunch Kit bearing case code 10203125
Each box bears the establishment number P-34013 or EST. 34013 inside the USDA mark of inspection. The products were produced between Feb. 6, 2011 and Feb. 23, 2011 with sell by dates between Feb. 7, 2011 and Mar. 7, 2011. The products were shipped to retail distribution centers in Ariz., Calif., Colo., and Wyo.
Broccoli salad mixes may contain broccoli, red onion, bacon bits, raisins, sunflower seeds and dressing. These salad mixes were only available for sale through deli counters, and while they are no longer available for sale consumers may still have them in their homes.
FSIS has not received any consumer complaints or reports of illness at this time. Anyone concerned about an illness from consumption of this product should contact a healthcare provider. Listeria monocytogenes can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
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