February 21, 2007: BJ’s Wholesale Club Announces Wellsley Farms Brand Mushroom Recall

Wellsley Farms Brand Mushroom Recall News – BJ’s announced a recall of Wellsley Farms brand mushrooms purchased at the wholesale club February 11-19. The mushrooms may be contaminated E. coli.

The E. coli contamination was discovered during routine produce inspection by BJs. Officials there immediately notified the FDA of their discovery.

<h3>Wellsley Farms Brand Mushroom Recall Information</h3>

The product lots in question include Wellsley Farms fresh sliced mushrooms, 20 oz. [SKU 016377]; Wellsley Farms fresh white mushrooms, 24 oz. [SKU 016375]; Wellsley Farms fresh portabella caps, 16 oz. [SKU 016573]; Wellsley Farms fresh baby bella caps, 10 oz. [SKU 016572]; and Wellsley Farms fresh white mushrooms, 10 oz. [SKU 016376].

There have been no reports of illnesses linked with consumption of the mushrooms, BJ officials said. The mushrooms are no longer for sale, and BJs will provide a refund to purchasers.

Consumers seeking more information should call the chain at 1-800-BJS-CLUB.

For more information about E. coli food poisoning, visit the pages of this blog and the website www.foodpoisoning.com.


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