Whole Foods Recalls Salads Made In Massachusetts
Salads sold at 14 Northeast Whole Foods locations are being recalled because they were mislabeled and contain an egg allergen.
The salads were made at the Whole Foods Market facility in Massahcusetts and were sold across the Northeast including Providence, Rhode Island; and Wellesley, Dedham, Hingham, Wayland and the Prospect Street and Fresh Pond stores in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The company says the 10-ounce packages of asparagus, pea and ricotta salad were incorrectly labeled and actually contain miniature asparagus, sun-dried tomato and Swiss frittatas.
Anyone who purchased the salads can return them for a full refund.