Another summer salmonella recall is in effect, but this time it involves mangoes.
Federal health officials are currently investigating 103 known cases of salmonella and other food producers have pulled products. Some of the other fruits being recalled are packages of pineapples, strawberries and melon mixes.
Grocery stores are taking this time to remind customers about washing their produce before cutting into it. "It is very important that you wash your hands well and wash the melon, not with soap but with warm water and scrub a little," said Lori Hamilton, Director of Healthy Initiatives at Food City.
Hamilton said that even if you don't eat the rind, by simply cutting it before you wash it you can contaminate the fruit or vegetable.