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Urgent Coles & Woolworths Recall After Salmonella Outbreak

Consumers have been warned.

Urgent Coles & Woolworths Recall After Salmonella Outbreak

A selection of pre-packed lettuce products sold at Coles and Woolworths have been linked to a spate of salmonella cases.

The Department of Health and Human Services has warned against eating the products which were grown and distributed by the Victorian-based company Tripod Farmers.

The lettuce is sold through both Coles and Woolworths supermarkets and includes brands such as:

  • Coles 4 Leaf Mix
  • Woolworths salad mix
  • SupaSalad Supamix
  • Wash N Toss salad mix



  • Woolworths Spinach 100gm 
  • Woolworths Rocket 100gm
  • Woolworths Salad Mix 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Watercress 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Sorrell 50gm
  • Wash N Toss Baby Cos 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Spinach 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Salad Mix 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Rocket 100gm
  • Wash N Toss Kale 100gm
  • Coles Spinach 60gm
  • Coles Rocket 60gm
  • Coles Rocket 120g
  • Coles Spinach & Rocket 120gm
  • Coles Spinach 120gm
  • Coles 4Leaf 120gm
  • Coles 4Leaf 200gm
  • SupaSalad 180gm
  • SupaSalad Green Coral 180gm
  • SupaSalad Supamix 1kg
  • SupaSalad Spinach 1kg
  • SupaSalad Rocket 1kg
  • SupaSalad Baby Cos 1kg
  • SupaSalad Spinach 180g

People with these products should either return them to the place of purchase or discard them.

“Normally we only see a handful of cases of this strain each year, but so far this year there have been 28 adult cases of Salmonella anatum – mostly adults - notified to the Department," The Department of Health and Human Services Senior Medical Advisor Dr Finn Romanes said.

“As a result of following up the food histories of a number of people we have discovered a common source - the Tripod Farmers lettuce,” 

“Tests of three products from two batches have also tested positive for Salmonella anatumbacterium,” Dr Romanes said.

Symptoms of salmonellosis usually occur between six to 72 hours after the bacteria is ingested. The most common symptoms include: diarrhoea, which may contain blood or mucous; fever; headache; stomach cramps; nausea; vomiting, and dehydration, especially among infants and the elderly.