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FDA recalls food items in Wyoming grocery stores linked to E. Coli

FDA recalls food items in Wyoming grocery stores linked to E. Coli

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently expanded a recall of food products containing celery that are potentially contaminated with E. Coli at major grocery stores in Wyoming, according to FDA reports. A sample taken by the Montana Department of Health, reported a celery and onion diced blend used in a Costco rotisserie chicken salad that was linked to many states tested positive for E. Coli., reports state. *​h/t: Centers for Disease Control/Pitchengine Communities* The recall now includes more than 155,00 items at several grocery stores in the western states, and major grocery stores in Wyoming being included in the recall were Walmart, Safeway, Albertsons, King Soopers, and Sams Club. The celery is reported to have been produced by California-based Taylor Farms Pacific. The recall is in effect until Dec. 8, and FDA urges consumers who bought chicken salad from the brand on or before Nov. 20 to throw it out. See the full list of recalled products posted by the FDA on their website. *Feature photo: Hans Dietmann/Pitchengine Communities* #shortgo #news