California-based Urban Remedy, which makes organic meals, has voluntarily recalled 76 of its salads and wraps due to possible E. coli contamination in the product's spinach.

Paul Coletta, the company's CEO, said that the company is taking "preventative action" because so far, there have been no reported illnesses caused by the product. Some of the product's spinach tested for a small amount of E. coli, with the company no longer buying spinach from that supplier.

Here are the products being recalled, with the UPC Item Codes for identification:

  • 12 oz Black Umeboshi Bowl with UPC Item Code of 813377 022595
  • 9.7 oz The Benedict Brunch Bowl with UPC Item Code of 813377 022854
  • 6.7 oz Samosa Cauli Wrap with UPC Item Code of 813377 023097
  • 6.7 Green Leaf Tea Salad with UPC Item Code of 813377 023158

All of the products have a use-by date of Sept. 15, with Coletta urging customers to take the products back for a refund or to throw them away. Consumers with questions may call (855) 875-8423.

This isn't the first time Urban Remedy has recalled its products. In April 2017, the company recalled Non-Dairy Spiced Golden Milk which had been mislabeled as cold-pressed apple juice. The products, which were found in select Whole Foods stores, contained cashew tree nut allergens that were not listed on the labels.

Organic fresh food company Urban Remedy was founded in 2009 by Neka Pasquale, and guided by her mantra "food is healing." The company's plant-based products come in 100% recyclable packaging and are sold at outlets such as Costco and Whole Foods.