Chicken Caesar salad recalled in Western U.S.
The products subject to recall in packaging for consumers include 7-ounce packages of "Taylor Farms Caesar Pasta Layered Salad With Chicken" bearing "P-34013" inside the mark of inspection and a sell by date through Sept. 3, 2011, and 12-ounce plastic trays of "Signature Café Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad" may or may not bear "P-34013" inside the mark of inspection and bears a sell by date through Sept. 3, 2011.
The products subject to recall in packaging for retailers include 6.25-pound cases of "Signature Café Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Kit," which bear one of the following in the mark of inspection: "P-34013" with a case code of 218804 or 218815, "P-34733" with a case code of 2300103, "P-34522" with a case code of 22019666637, and "P-34703" with a case code of 59348. These salads were produced from Aug. 9, 2011 to Aug. 24, 2011. The Signature Café salad kits were distributed nationwide. The 12-oz. Signature Café salads were distributed in California. The Taylor Farms Caesar pasta layered salads with chicken were distributed in Oregon, California and Washington.
Additionally, products were also recalled in Alaska and Hawaii. Triple B Corporation, an Anchorage, Alaska establishment, is recalling approximately 229 pounds of chicken Caesar salads, and So Ono Food Products, a Honolulu, Hawaii establishment, is recalling approximately 553 pounds of chicken Caesar salads. Both companies were notified of the problem by its co-manufacturer, Taylor Farms.
The problem was discovered by FSIS and Taylor Farms when a consumer had a reaction after consuming the Caesar salad. The consumer had a known allergy to eggs and suspected that eggs were an ingredient in the Caesar salad dressing.