(July 25, 7:34 p.m.) The Food and Drug Administration is telling consumers that U.S.-grown fresh jalapeño and serrano peppers are safe to eat.

According to a communication to members from the United Fresh Produce Association, Washington, D.C., the FDA is revising its consumer advisory to indicate that all fresh jalapeños and serranos grown in the U.S. are safe to consume, and are not associated with the Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak.

FDA is continuing its outbreak investigation and has confirmed that the jalapeños distributed by Agricola Zaragoza of McAllen, Texas, were grown in Mexico, and that the contamination did not originate at the wholesaler’s facility, United Fresh said in its communication to members.