Starbucks voluntarily recalls breakfast sandwich

Starbucks has recalled the sausage, egg and cheddar breakfast sandwich because of possible listeria contamination. 

According to the company’s website, one of Starbucks’ suppliers recalled a specific lot of the sausage, egg and cheddar breakfast sandwiches because they detected listeria monocytogenes on a food contact surface in their facility. The product itself has not tested positive for listeria monocytogenes.  No other products are affected because of this issue.

The product has been removed from 250 stores across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Starbucks’ website states, the scope of this issue is limited to these select stores and the specific lot and does not impact other breakfast sandwiches. This recall was issued out of an abundance of caution.

Consumers with questions may contact Starbucks’s Customer Relations at 800-782-7282.