If you're a fan of baby spinach, you may want to check your refrigerator.
Taylor Farms on Wednesday issued a voluntary recall of select Organic Baby Spinach products with the potential to be contaminated with E. coli.
The recall was issued as "a precautionary measure" and affects two brands sold in Arizona.
The affected products include five-ounce packages of Simple Truth Organic Baby Spinach with UPC 0-11110-91128-5 and "Best By" date of 2/24/2013, as well as 16-ounce trays of Taylor Farms Organic Baby Spinach with UPC 0-30223-04780-3 and "Best By" date of 2/24/2013.
For more recall information, visit babyspinachrecall.com .
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