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Brunilda Nazario, MD
Feb. 19, 2013 -- Spinach that might have E. coli bacteria contamination is being recalled in 39 states.
Taylor Farms Retail Inc., says it is voluntarily withdrawing organic baby spinach sold in 5-ounce or 16-ounce salad trays under five brand names that have a “best by” date of Feb. 24, 2013:
The spinach may be contaminated with E. coli,but the company says it knows of no one who has gotten sick. If you have this spinach, Taylor Farms says you shouldn’t eat it -- throw it away. The company does not say how E. coli might have contaminated the spinach.
The recalled organic baby spinach was sold in these states:
More information about the affected products is available on the Taylor Farms web site or by calling the company at 855-293-9811.
SOURCE:News release, Taylor Farms Retail Inc.
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