Big Y announced Thursday that it has recalled some Just Like Mom's products sold July 2 and 3.
"We have just been notified by our wholesaler that our Just Like Mom's deli salads as well as macaroni and beef sold in our deli and food service departments on a trailer with unacceptable temperature levels," Big Y said on its website.
The recall includes:
- Macaroni and beef sold in the deli or food service department
- All varieties of Just Like Mom's bulk salads
- Vinegar cole slaw
- Tuna salad
- Egg salad
- Chicken salad
- Ham salad
- Just Like Mom's Red Bliss potato salad
- Just Like Mom's loaded baked potato salad
- Just Like Mom's potato and egg salad
- Just Like Mom's potato salad
- Just Like Mom's macaroni salad
- Just Like Mom's cole slaw
Big Y is offering full refunds for customers who purchased that item who show their Big Y Express Savings cards at the customer service desk at their local Big Y.
"For over 75 years, the quality of our products has always been extremely important at Big Y," Big Y said in a statement on its website. "We thank you for your assistance in this recall."
On June 13, Big Y also issued a releasing stating that Fish Family Farm, Inc., of Bolton, voluntarily recalled milk from Shadow Valley Farms, also sold at retail stores in Connecticut and Massachusetts, because of reports "they may be adulterated with peanut and tree nut (pistachio) allergens," according to Big Y's website.
That included whole Grade A pasteurized homogenized milk, half-gallon two-percent Grade A pasteurized homogenized milk, fat free Grade A pasteurized homogenized milk and Grade A pasteurized and homogenized chocolate milk in half-gallon glass containers with a "sell by" date of June 23, according to Big Y. No complaints or illnesses were reported.
For more information, visit www.bigy.com/FoodSafety/Notices.