Spinach sold in Minn. recalled for possible E. coli

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Taylor Farms Retail, Inc. has issued a recall for a number of organic baby spinach products that may be contaminated with E. coli.

The only product affected that's sold in Minnesota is the 16 oz. plastic container of Organic Baby Spinach with a "best by" date of Feb. 24.

Click here for a full list of products recalled by the California-based company.

The company claims the recall is a precautionary measure and says there have been no reported illnesses. Anyone that has purchased these items are advised to throw them out.

The 16 oz package looks similar to the image below.

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