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Cantaloupe items recalled; possible salmonella contamination cited

IRWINDALE, Calif. (AP) _ Fresh-cut fruit producer OBIM is recalling various fresh-cut cantaloupe items because of a risk of salmonella contamination.

The company says the items are packaged in sealed, clear-plastic containers ranging in size from six ounces to five pounds.

They are sold to retail stores in the southwest, the south and the midwest under both the O-B-I-M and Ready Pac brand names. The products are distributed in eleven states, including Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri and and Texas.

The items subject to the recall carry ``best before'' dates of July 17 or July 18. Consumers can return them to the stores where they bought them.
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