Salad is a common target for recalls, in particular in headlines in recent decades. But The current Dole salad mix has been recalledA dangerous disease or bacteria is not the problem. According to BGR, the salad packages may contain hairy nightshade which can be poisonous and toxic.
The recall began about a month back and has been ongoing ever since With the addition of the FDA. Dole ended recalling more than 1,600 cases of its salad mixes sold under several brands. BGR states that Simply Nature Organic Spring Mix (16-ounce) and Marketside Spring Mix (11 and 5-ounce) were the two brands affected.
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The best affected packages are those that can be used between June 29th and July 1st. These packages are included in the following groups: Wi6709A and Wi6709B.
Tom Brady would tell us that nightshades are bad news. Even though he may go a little too far in his life, the effects of a nightshade plants on the body can be devastating. BGR cites Colorado State University Guide to Poisonous Plants.
“Steroidal alkaloids such as solanine have atropine-like effects on the nervous system inhibiting the enzyme acetylcholinesterase. Some nightshades also contain irritants such as saponins that cause salivation and diarrhea. Nightshades may also accumulate toxic levels of nitrate,”According to the book.
People can also experience muscle tremors and a reaction to nightshade. There are no reports of Dole recalls or examples of adverse reactions. The dates likely lead to products being recalled.
Even if these products were purchased and you managed to keep them there, it is worth being cautious. It is not a good idea to be twitching on a floor while trying better eat.