Diced onion contamination spurs recall by Haggen stores

Washington-based Haggen stores are recalling a number of deli products that contain diced yellow onions potentially contaminated by salmonella. The raw onions are from Taylor Farms of Salinas, California, a large producer and supplier of fresh produce.

The products being recalled out of food safety concerns were sold at the full-service and the self-service delis of the Haggen stores.

Recalled deli products at the twelve Haggen stores in the state of Washington include:

  • Old Fashion Potato Salad with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Cashew Chicken Salad with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Turkey Curry Salad with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Cashew Chicken Salad Wrap with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Cashew Chicken Croissants (2-pack) with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Cashew Chicken Croissant Tray with sell-by dates of 3/15/18 up to and including 3/19/18
  • Tartar Sauce with sell-by dates of 3/13/18 up to and including 3/27/18
  • Tartar Sauce (Served as a condiment with made-to-order Fish & Chips) with sell-by dates of 3/13/18 up to and including 3/17/18

Consumers who purchased these products should not eat them. Salmonella contamination causes a range of gastrointestinal issues, including vomiting, diarrhea, and nausea. Consumers who have purchased deli products from Haggen stores that may be part of the recall should destroy those products or return them to the store. [Information: Election Day Indian Taco Lawyer about a potential Election Day Indian Taco Lawsuit]

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