Fresh Express has recalled one of its salad products because it has undeclared wheat, soy, cashews, and coconut ingredients, which could pose an allergic reaction that could be life-threatening to some consumers.

The affected salad includes the Fresh Express Southwest Chopped Kit that was sold in 11.5-ounce bags with production codes of G163B10A and G163B10B located in the upper righthand corner of the front of the bag and a UPC code of 0 71279 30602 5 located on the reverse side of the bag by the bar code. Use by date on the recalled salad is June 29. Labels of the recalled salad can be viewed here.

The recalled chopped salad kits were distributed to retail stores in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia from June 12 to June 18.

Consumers that have purchased the recalled salad kits should discard them. They can receive a refund from the place of purchase or by contacting the Fresh Express Consumer Response Center at 1-800-242-5472, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

Fresh Express identified the allergens during a single production run that incorrectly contained the wrong condiment packets that were not declared on the salad package. The company said it is conducting an investigation into the incident.

Fresh Express said it has not had any reports of illnesses due to the recall. No other Fresh Express salad kits are included in the recall.

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