Trader Joe’s Issues Voluntary Recall of Broccoli & Kale Salad for Listeria Concerns

Sunflower seeds in salad may be contaminated with listeria
Trader Joe’s Salad

Trader Joe’s

Recall affects four US states: Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah.

Trader Joe’s has recalled some of its Broccoli Slaw & Kale Salad with White Chicken Meat for listeria concerns, specifically in the sunflower seeds contained in the salad.

Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah are the only states affected, and the recalled products have “use by” dates of May 2 through May 7. Dates outside of this range are not part of the recall, according to a release. All affected products have already been pulled from store shelves.

Customers in possession of a recalled product are asked to not consume it and instead discard the salad or return it to Trader Joe’s for a full refund.

The salad isn’t the only Trader Joe’s item you should be checking. Click here to find out about a frozen foods recall affecting Trader Joe’s and hundreds of other frozen fruit and vegetable products.

Related Links
Trader Joe’s Recalls Chocolate Sticks for Containing MilkTrader Joe’s Issues Recalls Over Exploding Bottles of Ginger BeerTrader Joe’s Cashews Recalled for Salmonella RiskWonderful Pistachios, Sold Under Various Brand Names Including Trader Joes, Recalled Following Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak Trader Joe’s Recalls Dark Chocolate-Covered Graham Crackers Because of Unlisted Milk Ingredient