The McAllen, TX-based Sweet Superior Fruit Company Saturday recalled 104 cases of fresh cilantro because testing by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) was positive for salmonella.
No illnesses have yet been associated with this recall.
The tainted cilantro was sold from July 13 to 16 at the Sweet Superior outlet in McAllen. It was likely sold again at the retail level in the McAllen area or was used to manufacture other food products.
The produce company asks that its customers return the product or throw it away.