CFIA issues recall on salads and noodles sold at B.C. Safeway stores

A recall has been issued for salads and ramen noodles sold at some B.C. Safeway stores.

The salads, which are potentially contaminated with Listeria, include 140g and 300g Signature Cafe brand chicken Caesar salads, with best-before dates up to and including March 1; 100g and 205g Fresh ‘n Delicious Ceasar salads and 280g Fresh ‘n Delicious chicken Ceasar salads, all with before dates up to and including Feb. 28; and 100g and 205g Nester’s Own Ceasar salads and 280g Nester’s Own chicken Ceasar salads, all with before dates up to and including Feb. 28.

Also recalled are Seafood Royale flavour Tekki Shomen brand noodles in a cup in the 40g size. They may contain milk that is not declared on the label.

"Check to see if you have recalled products in your home," the Canadian Food Inspection Agency advised. "Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased."

Visit www.inspection.gc.ca for more information.