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Enchiladas recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

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Rico Brand enchiladas recalled (Photo: Shutterstock/Food and Drug Administration)
  • Rico Brand enchiladas are recalled.
  • There is a possible Listeria risk.
  • What to do if you have them at home.

Salt Lake City, Utah-based Rico Brand has voluntarily announced a recall of its ready-to-eat enchiladas.

This is due to concerns about possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes in some of its products.

This recall is being carried out as part of a broader action by Rizo-Lopez Foods, Inc. to address the potential health risk associated with this pathogen.

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According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Listeria monocytogenes is an bacteria that can cause serious infections.

These can especially affect vulnerable people such as young children, older adults and those with weakened immune systems.

The recalled enchiladas, made with Queso Fresco that was recalled by Rico-Lopez, were distributed to supermarkets in northern Utah, including Smith’s, Harmons, Macey’s The Store and Fresh Markets.

They were packaged in a Deep Meal tray – Plant Fiber – Film 800, according to the FDA.

Enchiladas recalled due to Listeria risk

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The recalled products include a variety of Rico Enchiladas, including Cheese Enchiladas with Red and Cheese Enchiladas with Green.

In addition, Chicken Enchilada with Rice & Beans/Green and Chicken Enchilada with Mole, Rice & Beans are included in the recall.

The lot numbers and expiration dates affected are as follows: Lot. 0234 02/13/24, Lot. 0264 02/16/24, Lot. 0304 02/20/24, Lot. 0334 02/23/24.

These codes can be found on the main label, attached to a white label, the Food and Drug Administration noted.

What to do if you have any of these products at home

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The FDA has reported that so far, no cases of illness related to the consumption of these products have been reported.

However, given the potential health risk, Rico Brand advises customers who have purchased these enchiladas to discard them immediately.

Consumers can also return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

The Food and Drug Administration has provided contact information for consumers who have questions or concerns.

How to contact Rico Brand

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PHOTO: Food and Drug Administration

For more information or assistance, customers can contact Rico Brand at 801-433-9923, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm MST.

Consumers with questions and concerns can also contact the company by sending an email to

This recall underscores the critical importance of maintaining constant vigilance and taking proactive actions in the food industry.

Consumer safety and protection are fundamental priorities that cannot be compromised under any circumstances.

Precautions for consumers

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If there is any indication of a public health risk, it is imperative that companies respond promptly and transparently, as Rico Brand has done in this case.

The company assumes a firm commitment to implement all necessary measures to address this situation effectively.

This includes not only recalling products potentially contaminated, but also carry out exhaustive quality controls and cleaning procedures in all its facilities.

Additionally, they are committed to working closely with public health and regulatory authorities to ensure a coordinated and efficient response.

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