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Bagged Fresh Spinach Recalled

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(KSL News) There was another recall this morning of bagged fresh spinach because of a positive test for salmonella.

There are no immediate reports of illness linked to the tainted spinach, distributed by California-based Metz Fresh.

This recall comes nearly a year after E-coli in fresh spinach killed three people and sickened another 200.

The latest recall affects 48 states, including Utah and Canada.

The recall covers 10- and 16-ounce bags, as well as 4-pound cartons and cartons that contain four 2.5-pound bags, with the following tracking codes: 12208114, 12208214 and 12208314.

Consumers with questions can contact Metz Fresh at 831-386-1018.

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