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Friday, May 7, 2010

Lettuce Recall

Freshway Food has initiated a voluntary recall of products containing romaine lettuce. These products were all sold under the Freshway and Imperial Sysco brand to food service outlets, wholesale, and in-store retail salad bars and delis. The recall has been issued due to potential E. coli contamination of the romaine lettuce.

The contaminated lettuce products were sold to wholesalers and food service outlets in most states east of the Mississippi River. The following company's salad bars and delis contained the contaminated lettuce:

  • Kroger
  • Giant Eagle
  • Ingles Markets
  • Marsh

If you have purchased romaine lettuce at any of these salad bars or delis, you should throw it away immediately. However, the romaine lettuce sold at supermarkets was not affected.

If you have become ill from eating contaminated romaine lettuce at one of these food outlets, you may be entitled to file a defective product claim to receive compensation for your damages. The experienced attorneys at The Cochran Firm have handled many defective product claims over the years, and we can help you receive the compensation you deserve.

Please contact The Cochran Firm today to schedule your free initial consultation. We serve clients nationwide.


posted by Benjamin A. Irwin at 9:47 AM

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