Giant Eagle says it voluntarily recalls red and green leaf lettuce after receiving a notification from its supplier, Adam Bros. Farming, Inc., there is a risk of E. coli contamination
According to companies, there are no reported diseases among giant ars customers so far.
The Food and Drug Administration said 59 people have now become ill from the infected salad. Officials said a water reservoir at Adam Bros. Farms in Santa Barbara County were tested positive for the bacterial strain, and the owners collaborate with US officials.
The affected products can be identified with PLU 4076 (lettuce salad) and PLU 4075 (red lettuce salad).
Customers who bought these products should either throw them or send them back to their local Giant Eagle store.
Customers may also enter the qualified receipt to receive a refund when purchasing the product concerned.