Stop & Shop Issues Recall Of Bagged Salad

BOSTON (CBS) – Stop & Shop has announced a voluntary recall of several Nature’s Promise organic bagged salad items due to the potential for listeria contamination. All affected products have a “Best If Used By Date” of Jan. 15, 2011.

The following products are affected by this recall:

  • Northeast Microwave Organic Spinach, 9 oz., UPC 789707002301
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Baby Romaine, 7 oz., UPC 688267039072
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Baby Spinach, 7 oz., UPC 688267039065
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Baby Spinach, 16 oz., UPC 688267088957
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Spring Mix, 7 oz., UPC 688267039089
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Spring Mix, 16oz., UPC 688267088964
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Spring Mix w/ Herbs, 7 oz., UPC 688267104237
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Sweet Baby Lettuce, 7 oz., UPC 688267086403
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Baby Arugula, 7 oz., UPC 688267049439
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Baby Spinach & Spring Mix, 7 oz., UPC 688267086410
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Caesar Salad Kid, 10.75 oz., UPC 688267123573
  • Nature’s Promise Baby Spinach w/ Ranch Dressing & Fork, 3.5 oz., UPC 688267123559
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Caesar Salad w/ Caesar Supreme Dressing & Fork, 5.75 oz., UPC 688267123566
  • Nature’s Promise Organic Spring Mix w/ Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing & Fork, 3 oz., UPC 688267123542

No listeria illnesses have been reported to Stop & Shop.

Customers can call the company (State Garden) at 888-841-6191 for more information.

More from the press release:

Listeria is a common organism found in nature. Consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes can cause listeriosis, an uncommon but potentially fatal disease. Healthy people rarely contract listeriosis. However, listeriosis can cause high fever, severe headache, neck stiffness and nausea, which can arise up to several weeks after consumption. Listeriosis can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths, as well as serious and sometimes fatal infections in those with weakened immune systems, such as infants, the elderly and persons with HIV infection or undergoing chemotherapy.

Customers who have these products should discard them and bring their purchase receipt to any Stop & Shop for a full refund. Customers looking for additional information may call

Stop & Shop Corporate Brands toll free line at 1-877-846-9949. Consumers may also visit our website at or contact State Garden at 1-888-841-6191 for more information. If customers have any health concerns, they should contact their doctor.

  • Robert Durgin

    Thanks for the heads up Stop and Shop recalling products on 1-25-11 that have a best if used by date of 1-15-11. I guess we can all sit around for several weeks and hope the best. As they say no sense in closing the barn door after the horses are out.

    • Cindy

      Stop puting lettuce in a bag.


    My family & I already ate the spinach and the spring mix!
    What do I do now, wait for us all to get sick!!!!

  • Kathleen

    We also ate the spinach. What should we do?

  • Estrella

    We ate the spring mix, but I;m not worried as we are very healthy people. I’m sure it will only affect very weak immune systems.

  • Mary

    If you have a bag in your fridge that expired 2 weeks ago, I seriously doubt your going to eat it now…… has to resemble a brown soggy mess at this point.

  • Jan

    This information comes WAY TOO LATE! Spinach consumed, container went out with recycling. However, did not feel well all of last week, so will check the internet for other symptoms. Experienced a great deal of intestinal distress… thought I had the flu!

  • Cindy

    Buy fresh head lettuces and stop buying ORGANIC you do not know what products they use.

  • Colleen Courtney Story

    Now i know why my stomach has been bothering me.

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