PITTSBURGH - Giant Eagle has issued a recall alert for mangoes because of a possible salmonella contamination.
According to Channel 11's news exchange partners at TribLIVE, the Daniella mangoes were pulled from shelves Monday.
Giant Eagle officials said Advantage card users who bought the mangoes are getting phone calls to advise them of the recall.
Nearly 80 salmonella cases have popped up in California and Washington because of the mangoes.
So far, no Giant Eagle customers have gotten sick because of the mangoes.
Possible salmonella contamination causes Giant Eagle to recall mangoes
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