The grocery retailer is pulling two kinds of its potato salad brand off store shelves. Those are the "southern-style" and "mustard" potato salads.
According to the Ohio Department of Agriculture --those products are possibly tainted with e-coli bacteria.
Consumers are advised by Kroger and Agricultural Officials not to eat the potato salad if it contains a "best if used by" date of September 5th.
So far--the products have not caused any reported illness.
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