Tomatos products involved in recall by Raley’s

Raley’s has announced the recall of many products after they tested positive for salmonella contamination.

A spokeswoman for the company announced that they pulled all products from the shelves and warehouses after the possible contamination was found.

The recalled tomatoes were produced in Six L’s Packing Co. and the contamination was found from a random sampling. The product was made on April 11 and sold from April 26-29. They were distributed in South Carolina, Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Canada, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.

If you or a loved one has become ill after consuming a defective product, contact the Detroit food product recall lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.A., by calling 866-644-6587.