The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has announced that Colorado Costco stores have pulled chicken salad off their shelves due to a connection to 4 reported cases of E. Coli in the state.

If you are concerned about the chicken salad that you may have purchased from Costco, here is what you need to know.

  • Consumers with “Chicken Salad made with Rotisserie Chicken” – item number 37719 – purchased from Costco in Colorado should discard it.
  • Four cases of E. coli O157:H7 have been confirmed in Colorado, including two cases in Jefferson County and one each in Arapahoe and Routt counties. One person was hospitalized; all have recovered. The individuals purchased the product on Oct. 25 and 26 and became ill between Oct. 28 and Nov. 3.
  • The FDA, USDA-FSIS, and CDC are working with Costco to determine the source of contamination.
Other states with confirmed E. coli cases linked to the chicken salad include Utah, Montana and Washington. For more info, see the full statement from the state website.

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