Food Safety
Food Safety & Recall Information

The list below provides information regarding our recalls. If you have any of the affected product please return it to the Service Counter for an exchange or refund.


Get information about product recalls that may have impacting our region below.

Potandon Produce LLC announced that their Green Giant onion offerings delivered to our locations in late July early August were sourced from ProSource, LLC, the company implicated in the current Salmonella outbreak.

Per the company press release: "The recalled onions are past their typical shelf life and to our knowledge, none of them have tested positive for Salmonella. Nevertheless, we are initiating this recall in an abundance of caution because we want to minimize even the slightest risk to public health," said Mel Davenport, CEO at Potandon Produce.

Anyone who has the recalled whole onions in their possession or has used them as an ingredient in a dish should not consume them and should either dispose of the product properly or return it to the place of purchase for a refimd. Consumers with questions may contact the company's recall coordinator at 1-800-637-8084, M-F from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Mountain Time, or visit its website at www.potandon.comExternal Link Disclaimer.

To view the entire press release, please click on the following link:

Affected products including the lot numbers and Julian dates are listed here (PDF) along with a photo of where to find the information on the product tag.

Recall Notice: Select Fresh Ground Beef Products

Greater Omaha Packing announced the recall of beef products. This has impacted our locations with our in-store grinds and/or pub burgers. Please see store of purchase for specific details.

For more details you can view the recall notice at:

If you have additional questions about the recall, please contact Angel Besta, Vice President of Technical Resources, Greater Omaha Packing at (402) 515-2727.


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