Chicken Salad & Pasta Salad Recalled at Whole Foods

updated May 1, 2019
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Whole Foods has issued a recall on curried chicken salad and a deli pasta salad after samples showed traces of Listeria.

The affected salads were sold at stores on the East Coast, specifically in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.

The curried chicken salad was served both in deli containers and wraps, and the pasta salad was just sold in containers.

So what do you do if you think you might have some of the recalled food in your fridge? You can either return it to the store, or you can simply toss it. Get the full details on the USDA website.

Read more: Whole Foods Recalls Chicken, Pasta Salads from Yahoo! Food