Company recalls packaged salads due to possible E.coli contamination

The previously recalled product. (RIDOH)

(WLNE) — The Rhode Island Department of Health said Friday that lēf Farms has issued a recall for some of its “Spice” packaged salads due to possible E.coli contamination.

The salads were sold in Hannaford and Market Basket stores in several states including Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

The recalled products have a best buy date of May 5 and lot number SP10723- 1RGH1, UPC 8 50439 00709 1.

The company is testing all of its products at its Loudon, New Hampshire facility amid the recall.

During routine testing, the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture got a positive test result back for E.coli on one of the 4 ounce packages.

No illnesses have been reported to health officials.

Those with any questions on the recall can contact lēf Farms at 1-866-857-8745 or send an email to info@lef-farms.com.

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