Company Recalls Sandwiches Distributed to School Food Services

Posted on June 20, 2016 by


A food service company that distributes to several Connecticut school districts is recalling certain ready-to-eat sandwiches over contamination concerns.

Let’s Do Lunch, Inc., dba Integrated Food Service (IFS) has issued a voluntary recall of the sandwiches after a routine FDA sampling found Listeria monocytogenes on surfaces that come into contact with the food.

The recalled products were distributed to school districts and food service distributors that serve school districts. The company is working to notify customers so products can be returned to the company. No retail products were affected by the recall.

Bridgeport Food & Nutrition Services and Waterbury Public Schools are both customers of IFS. The recall is believed to affect school districts in 29 states.

Any school district that believes it may have the affected products should contact the IFS recall coordinator at (800) 560 9999 or at for return instructions.

Source: Company Recalls Sandwiches Distributed to School Food Services | NBC Connecticut

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