The Ohio Department of Agriculture is warning consumers not to eat some Kroger potato salad because of concerns over E. coli.
ODA Director Robert Boggs says his lab found E. coli in samples of Kroger mustard or southern-style potato salad collected during a routine safety test.
Kroger is cooperating with state officials in removing the potato salad from stores. It has a "Best if Used By" date of September 5, 2007.
No one has gotten sick from the salad and additional tests done by an independent lab paid for by Kroger came back negative. But Kroger wants consumers to return any of the potato salad they may have at home to stores for a full refund.