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Trader Joe's  is removing certain peaches, nectarines, plums and a plum-apricot hybrid known as plumcots or pluots from its shelves. (Source: CNN) Trader Joe's is removing certain peaches, nectarines, plums and a plum-apricot hybrid known as plumcots or pluots from its shelves. (Source: CNN)

 (CNN) - Trader Joe’s is recalling some fresh produce supplied by a company in California over possible listeria contamination.

The grocer is removing certain peaches, nectarines, plums and a plum-apricot hybrid known as plumcots or pluots from its shelves. They are dated between June 2 and July 18.

There are no reported cases of illness. But Trader Joe's says it's removing the products out of "extreme caution."

Customers are urged not to eat the produce, and to throw it away or return it for a full refund.

Trader Joe's is not the only store to sell the produce.

It's packaged by Wawona. That company has issued a nationwide recall.

For more details, you can go to Wawona's website at wawonapackaging.com.

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