Costco Antipasto Recall Tied to Salmonella Outbreak [Update]

Fratelli Beretta antipasto sold at Costco has been recalled in connection with a multistate Salmonella outbreak. Consumers who have purchased this product should not eat it. UPDATE– On February 13, Fratelli Beretta recalled all of its products containing Coppa.

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Costco Antipasto Salmonella Recall

  • Item # 1074880
  • Beretta Antipasto 2/12oz between
  • Sold at stores November 16, 2023, and January 9, 2024.
  • Best By date before June 13, 2024

Ongoing Salmonella Outbreak

The 22-state outbreak includes at least 47 people 10 of whom have been hospitalized. In addition to the antipasto sold at Costco, charcuterie trays sold at Sam’s Club stores containing prosciutto, sweet sopressata, and dry coppa, have also been recalled. Both products are made by Fratelli Beretta USA Inc. of Mount Olive, NJ.

Previous Salmonella Outbreak

In 2021, a Salmonella outbreak linked to Fratelli Beretta antipasto trays sold at Costco sickened 40 people in 17 states. Twelve people were hospitalized. The outbreak prompted a 431-ton recall.

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