USA: Dole recalls cole slaw, according to the Georgia Department of Agriculture
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin announced that Dole Fresh Vegetables of Salinas, California, is voluntarily recalling some of its Dole Cole Slaw because of possible contamination with salmonella. The cole slaw is packaged in a 16-ounce "pillow type" plastic film with the code "BEST IF USED BY 02 05 01". No other lots of the product are affected. The voluntary recall was prompted by the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets after they discovered one package during a routine inspection that indicated the presence of salmonella. The slaw was distributed in Georgia and 28 other states.
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