Liberty Fruit Company issued a Salmonella recall for pre-cut cantaloupe sold under the brand name Carol’s Cuts. Health officials warn consumers who purchased the fruit against eating it because Salmonella food poisoning can lead to serious illness. People in high-risk groups, including children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems, may experience severe illness and complications.
The FDA identified the risk for Salmonella contamination of the cantaloupe after a routine collection sample and analysis resulted in a positive Salmonella test. As of March 29, 2022, no illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall.
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Liberty Fruit Cantaloupe Salmonella Recall
Retail stores and foodservice operations sold the recalled fruit in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska. The recalled products were packaged in clear plastic containers in sizes ranging from 4-ounces to 32-ounces for the consumer products and 5-pounds for the foodservice products. Expiration dates range from 3/21/2022 to 3/26/2022. Recalled products sold under the brand names Liberty Fruit Company and/or Carol’s Cuts include the following:
- Fruit Medley
- Fruit Tray
- Fruit Salad
- Cantaloupe Chunks
- Hawaiian Blend
- Melon Medley
The recalled fruit can be identified by the following UPC codes stamped on the product labels: