CLEVELAND - Mangos sold at Giant Eagle stores since July 28 are being voluntarily recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.
Splendid Products, LLC, a tropical fruit supplier, issued the recall, which is affecting other major stores.
Giant Eagle said customers who bought the mangos and have an Advantage Card are being called about the recall. The store added it has removed the affected mangos and implemented a sale block, so no one can accidentally buy the fruit.
The grocery store chain said there have been no confirmed cases of customer illness.
If you have purchased Daniella mangos since July 28, you should throw them away or return them to a Giant Eagle for a refund.
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