Whole Foods Markets has recalled a number of prepared food items that contain baby spinach. The announcement from Whole Foods comes after Satur Farms recalled its baby spinach and mesclun products for possible Salmonella contamination.

The Satur Farms recall affects products distributed in New York and Florida. Recalled spinach and mesclun products were packaged in a plastic clamshell container with the Satur Farms brand name on it. They were sold in 5, 10, and 16-ounce packages and includes the following lot numbers; spinach lot #18494, spinach lot #18513, and mesclun lot #18520.

Foodservice products were packaged in a sealed poly bag labeled 2-1/2 pounds, 3#, 4#, 4 x 2.5#, and 4 x 3#. Satur Farms has not received any reports of illness from the spinach and mesclun products.

The Whole Foods recall includes salads, pizza, sandwiches, and wraps sold at stores in eight states – Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island. A full list of products recalled can be found here.

Whole Foods is urging consumers that purchased food items from these locations with baby spinach should discard any products purchased through Jan. 23. This also includes salad bar and hot bar items. The company has not received any reports of illnesses to date.

Customers can receive a full refund for the recalled food items from Whole Foods by bringing a valid receipt to the place of purchase. Questions can be directed to Whole Foods at 1-844-936-8255 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday, or from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST, on Saturday and Sunday.

Questions for Satur Farms can be made by email at info@saturfarms.com or by calling 631-734-4219. Satur Farms is also issuing a full refund of the recalled spinach and mesclun items. Consumers should bring the recalled products to the place of purchase to receive a refund.

Salmonella can cause fever, diarrhea, which may be bloody, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. It can also produce arterial infections, endocarditis, and arthritis in rare instances. It can also sometimes become serious and fatal in young children, frail adults or elderly people.