Del Monte Canada Cantaloupe Recall
Fresh Point is recall in both Del Monte & Sysco Imperial Fresh brand Cantaloupes due to possible Salmonella Contamination.
Consumers should not consume and retailers should not sell or serve the recalled product.
Consumers who are unsure if they have the affected cantaloupes are advised to check with their retailer.
What you should do
Check to see if you have recalled products in your home. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.
How Can I tell if Food has Salmonella.
– There is not a special look nor smell to know if food is contaminated with Salmonella.
- Del Monte Cantaloupe 1 Count Sold Up to and including Feb 18, 2016 PLU 4050
- Del Monte Cantaloupe 12 lot case Lot 360012
- Sysco Imperial Fresh Cantaloupe 3 count Lot 127 12 035 5
Del Monte History
Back in the late 1800 California became a major producer of vegetables and fruits. In 1886 the name Del Monte premiered on a new line of canned peaches. In 1898, Del Monte brand was one of several brands marketed
In 1972, Del Monte became the first major US food processor to voluntarily adopt nutritional labeling on all its food products,
The Del Monte brand in Canada was retained by Nabisco when the rest of the business was sold. Nabisco merged with Kraft in 2000. In 2006 Kraft sold Del Monte and other underperforming assets to Sun Capital Partners and EG Capital
ConAgra Foods acquired Del Monte Canada in 2012.