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See related story: Satur Farms recalls spinach, mesclun over salmonella concerns

Whole Foods Market has recalled baby spinach in eight states,  in response to a similar action by the New York grower-shipper who supplied the spinach.

Whole Foods issued its recall Jan. 24, the day after Satur Farms, Cutchogue, N.Y., recalled retail and foodservice baby spinach and mesclun for possible salmonella concerns. There have been no illnesses in relation to the recalls.

Whole Foods recalled salads, pizza, sandwiches, wraps and other items from stores in Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island, according to a notice posted on the Food and Drug Administration’s website.

The products have Whole Foods labels; food with baby spinach from the stores’ salad bars and hot bars are also involved in the recalls, according to the notice. The products’ sell by dates range from Jan. 24-28.

For a full listing of the products affected, see the FDA recall website.

The Satur Farms recall was triggered by routine sampling by the state departments of agriculture in Florida and New York.