Salmonella contamination prompts tomato recall
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Nearly 240-grocery stores across California, including SaveMart are pulling Cobb salad kits off store shelves because they contain grape tomatoes that may be contaminated with salmonella.
Taylor Farms Pacific Inc. is based in Tracy and supplies food for six retail chain stores.
The company was the first to announce the recall, but says the grape tomatoes which may be contaminated, were grown in Florida.
While the Cobb salad kits may include the contaminated product, SaveMart says all other tomatoes in its produce departments are not affected by the recall.
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