Contaminated Cilantro Recall in Bay Area | NBC Bay Area

Contaminated Cilantro Recall in Bay Area



    The grower of a certain kind of cilantro has issued a recall after concerns it may be contaminated by salmonella the Monterey County Health Department said Friday.

    The cilantro was sold in bunches containing a white twist-tie printed with blue lettering that contains the words "Produce of USA, Cilantro #4889." The blue Tanimura & Antle logo is featured on the twist-tie adjacent to the UPC code 33383 80104, according to the health department.

    Consumers who cilantro meeting this description are advised to discard it immediately.

    There are no reports of illness to date, however,  anyone who has consumed this cilantro and is exhibiting symptoms such as nausea, fever, diarrhea, abdominal pain, or vomiting, should see a physician.