E. coli scares prompt Starbucks, Costco, 7-Eleven recalls

Portland, Ore. — (KGW) Products at several Oregon stores have been recalled because they have celery that may contain E. coli.

Taylor Farms recalled a celery and diced onion blend because it could potentially contain the bacteria, according to a Food and Drug Administration release. A sample tested in Montana contained E. coli, the release said.

The recalled products include a holiday turkey-and-stuffing panini at Starbucks, a vegetable snack tray at 7-Eleven and several salads at Safeway, Albertsons and Walmart. Recalls were also issued for other western states, including Washington, California, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. The use-by dates of the recalled products varies, and ranges from Nov. 20 to Dec. 8.

In Oregon, the recalled products include:


Holiday Turkey and Stuffing Panini

Fresh To Go Bistro Snack Tray

CST Diced Celery and Celery Sticks
CST Celery Onion Blend
CST Turkey Dinner

Signature Cafe Asian w/Chicken Premade Salad
TF Cheesy Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad
TF Apple Waldorf Salad Kit
TF Crunchy Pea Salad Kit
TF Crunchy Vegetables Salad Kit
TF Crunchy Chinese Chicken Recovery Salad Kit
Signature Café Thai Style with Chicken Premade Salad
TF Fall Salad Kit

TF Asian Chopped Round Toss Up Salad
TF Italian Chopped Round Toss Up Salad
Chicken Salad Kit
Fruit Waldorf Salad Kit
Celery Sticks

Click here for a full list of recalled products and to check the size and dates of products recalled.

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