Onions and items sold from the grocery store's deli are being recalled.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Products sold at Giant Eagle are included in a list of products recalled due to a salmonella outbreak.

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Onions are at the center of a salmonella outbreak across 31 states, including here in Pennsylvania.

The Food and Drug Administration says that more than 400 people have gotten sick so far.

Thomson International, a produce company from Bakersfield, Ca. is likely the source of the contamination.

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Giant Eagle is recalling the onions, as well as several deli items that contain the items.

Affected items include:

  • Bulk and bagged spanish onions
  • Bulk and bagged white onions
  • Bulk and bagged red onions
  • Numerous deli items, prepared meals, and Market District items

A link with information on affected items can be found on Giant Eagle’s website.

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The grocery store says you should throw the products away and bring the receipt for the items to the store where you bought them for a refund.