Whole Foods Accidentally Switched Labels On A Vegan And Chicken Salad

Whole Foods Market reported that labels on a chicken salad and those on a vegan version of the salad with soy were reversed at some of its cold food bars in the Northeast. The mislabeled salads–a curried chicken salad and a vegan curried "chick'n" salad–were sold in 15 stores in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York, Whole Foods said. In some locations, the company said the salads were sold in the cold food bars where customers can scoop food into containers, which are then weighed at the register. In other locations, it said the salads were displayed in the prepared-food sections behind glass. The salads were sold on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Food and Drug Administration noted the vegan salad contains soy, and the curried chicken salad contains egg. It said people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to soy or eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they eat the salads. Story

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