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Peach recall due to salmonella expanded

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(CNN) -- The Food and Drug Administration is announcing an expanded recall of peaches linked to a salmonella outbreak.

The recall covers fruit that Prima Wawona has supplied or packed. It applies to loose peaches sold June 1 through August 3 and bagged ones sold June 1 to August 19.

Retailers nationwide have been distributing the fruit. They include Kroger, Wegmans, Walmart, Aldi, and Food 4 Less among others.

The C-D-C said the peaches likely have caused 68 salmonella cases in nine states.

Exact details on what the recall covers is on the F-D-A's website.

More peach recall information.

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