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Where the E. coli Chicken Quesadillas were Sold

On March 28, 2013, Rich Products Corporation recalled approximately 196,222 pounds of Farm Rich brand frozen chicken quesadillas and several other frozen mini meals and snack items because they might be contaminated with E. coli O121.  USDA/FSIS lists the following places of purchases:

Walmart – Stores Nationwide

Winn-Dixie – Stores in South Florida

And, in Michigan, the following grocery stores: Harding’s Market, Town And Country Market, Hollywood Super Market, Family Fare, Wingert’s Food & Variety Center, Glen’s, Riverside Market, Martin’s Super Markets, Bryan’s Market, Oleson’s Foods, VG’s Grocery, Hollywood Super Market, Shop-Rite, Value Fresh Marketplace, Heartland Marketplace, Vinckier Foods, Village Market Food Center, Neiman’s Family Market, Mcdonald’s Food & Family Ctr., Leppink’s Food Center, Value Center Marketplace, Greenfield Super Market, King Cole Foods, Carrow’s Super Market, Shop – N – Save Food Center, D&W Fresh Market and Glory Supermarket.