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2013_wholefoods.jpegPre-made salads and wraps with cooked ham or chicken from Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and Walgreens are being recalled after a recent E. coli outbreak. The foods were made at a catering kitchen in Richmond, California and distributed to the aforementioned markets in eight states, including California. Per the LAT, "at least 26 people in three states" have become sick after eating the products, which were made between September 23 and November 6. Expiration dates are from September 23 to November 14. [LAT]

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