DALLAS (AP) - The maker of ready-to-eat salads sold through 7-Eleven convenience stores is recalling some of the salads because of possible salmonella and listeria threats.
Federal food safety officials say Prime Deli Corp. is recalling ready-to-eat salads containing bacon that were made on Oct. 13. They are 11.2-ounce and 9.6-ounce plastic clamshell packages of 7-Eleven Bistro Southwest Style Salad with Bacon with the best-by date of "Tuesday 1016." The affected products also bear the establishment number "EST. 13553" inside the USDA inspection mark.
The salads were shipped to 7-Eleven stores throughout the state of Texas.
The Lewisville, Texas-based food vendor issued the recall after it was notified that the corn used in the product was being recalled because of listeria and salmonella concerns.