INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Health officials say Indiana has two cases of E. coli poisoning from contaminated food that's been recalled.
The Indiana State Department of Health said Tuesday that Rich Products Corp. is recalling items including mini frozen pizzas, mozzarella bites and mini quesadillas. They were sold under brand names including Farm Rich and Market Day.
The recall covers products made at the company's Waycross, Ga., plant with "Best by" dates ranging from January 1, 2013 to September 29, 2014.
Customers who have purchased these items or have questions should contact Rich Products Corporation consumer relations at (888) 220-5955 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST Monday through Friday or visit the company website at www.farmrich.com.
Symptoms of the E. coli strain include abdominal cramps and mild to severe diarrhea that's often bloody.
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