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Recent recalls to look out for ahead of Thanksgiving

(FDA)

Thanksgiving is one day away and with a recent spate of wide-spread food recalls, it's worth double checking your pantry before setting the table.

Here is the list of foods that have been recently recalled due to E. coli and salmonella concerns.

Romaine Lettuce:

The CDC is warning people not to eat romaine lettuce and to throw away any they may have recently purchased. Romaine has been linked to a recent E.coli outbreak that hospitalized 13 people.

Beef:

The USDA has recalled nearly 100,000 pounds of beef as it may be contaminated with traces of e.coli and were shipped to locations in Calif., Nev., Ore., Utah, and Wash.

Brands including “Swift Ground Beef” and “Blue Ribbon” ground beef are not safe to eat.

Ground Turkey:

Jennie-O recalled almost 100,000 pounds of raw turkey products in an ongoing salmonella outbreak.

That outbreak killed one person and sickened 164 others.

Duncan Hines Cake Mix:

Duncan Hines recalled four types of cake mixes after the CDC found salmonella. The recall includes Classic White, Classic Yellow, Butter Golden, and Confetti cake mixes.

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