Malichita brand cantaloupe sold in NJ recalled due to possible salmonella contamination

Sofia Produce (Trufresh) has recalled fresh cantaloupe due to possible salmonella contamination, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
The federal agency says all sizes of fresh cantaloupes packaged in cardboard containers with the Malichita label have been recalled. The cantaloupes also have an individual PLU sticker placed upon each cantaloupe. The cantaloupe was sold under sales order numbers between Oct. 16 and Oct. 23.
In addition to New Jersey, the cantaloupe was also distributed directly to Arizona, California, Maryland, Tennessee, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Texas, Florida and Canada. The FDA says recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the location where they were purchased.
There have been no reported illnesses associated with the subject cantaloupes, according to the FDA.
Consumers who have purchased the recalled products can obtain additional information by contacting Tru Fresh’s representative Rafael Roiz at 520-394-7370.
Order numbers affected:
0128556, 0128624, 0128630, 0128632, 0128640, 0128643, 0128644, 0128646, 0128648, 0128651, -0128656, 0128669, 0128680, 0128682, 0128683, 0128700, 0225200, 0225201, 0225206, 0225214, 0225219, 0225222, 0225226, 0225227, 0225228, 0419611, 0419629, 0419630, 0419636, 0419671, 0419688, 0419693, 0419696, 0419697, 0419704, 0419710, 0419718, 0419772, 0516255, 0516268, 0516271, 0516279, 0516301, 0612143, 0612144, 0612148, 0612154, 0612156, 0612158, 0612171, 0612190, 0612191, 0612197, 0612198, 0612209, 0612225