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Ready-to-Eat Salads, Sandwich Wraps Recalled

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More than 180-thousand pounds of ready-to-eat salads and sandwich wrap products with fully cooked chicken and ham are being recalled.

The Department of Agriculture says the food may be contaminated with e. Coli.

The affected products were made by Glass Onion Catering and include brands such as Trader Joe's, Delish, and Atherstone Fine Foods.

They were shipped to distribution centers in several states, including Arizona, California, Nevada and Washington.

Virginia was not on that list.

The products were produced between September 23 and November 6.

At least 26 people have been sickened in three states by e. Coli in recent weeks.

Of those, 15 ate products included in the recall.

Click here for a full list of the affected foods.

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