Michigan company expands voluntary recall of lettuce for potential Listeria contamination

A Michigan company has expanded the voluntary recall for its lettuce and salad kits due to the potential of Listeria contamination, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Revolution Farms, LLC, out of Caledonia, expanded the recall to include all products sold under the Revolution Farms brand.

The original recall was issued after the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development received a positive result for Listeria monocytogenes during a random sample test of a pack of the company's Green Sweet Crisp 5oz. lettuce with a Best By date of April 2, 2023.

The recall was expanded on Thursday when the recalled product was linked with a multi-state outbreak of Listeriosis.

Revolution Farms' recalled products were sold to retailers and distributors in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.

The stores that carried that products were SpartanNash stores, Meijer stores, Bridge St. Market, Kingma’s Market, Fresh Thyme Market Grand Rapids, Fresh Thyme Market Kalamazoo, Horrocks Market Grand Rapids, Doorganics, Cherry Capital Foods, Gordon Food Service, Sysco, Van Eerden Foodservice, Vine Line Produce, Luna restaurant, Russ’ Commissary and Pearson Foods Corporation.

A full list of recalled products, including each product's UPC number, can be found here.

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