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Buehler Food Markets Food May Be Contaminated With E. coli

Buehler Food Markets, Inc. issued a warning that meat products processed in its Wooster plant are possibly contaminated with E.coli.
No illnesses have been associated with the products, but the company is voluntarily recalling the items.
They include:
* Macaroni and beef in sauce, purchased in the deli, with an expiration date of May 19 on the Buehler logo price sticker or from the salad bar from April 20 to April 30.
* Johnny Marzetti, purchased in the deli, with an expiration date of May 18 on the sticker or from the salad bar from April 21 to April 30.
* Buehler’s meatloaf, purchased from the deli, salad bar or meat department, from April 20 to May 1.
The recall affects stores in Ashland, Coschocton, Delaware, Dover Parkside, Medina, Forest Meadows, River Styx, New Philadelphia, Orrville, Wadsworth, Wooster, Milltown and Towne Market.
Anyone who has purchased the products with the dates mentioned above should return them to the place of purchase for a refund.

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