Kroger (KR) on Tuesday announced it had recalled a private label mayonnaise because of possible salmonella contamination.

The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company said that no illnesses had been reported in connection with its Kroger Lite Mayo sold in 32-ounce jars sold in parts of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

Also on Tuesday, Kroger recalled some of its private-label pistachios and Kraft ( KFT)-made Planters products containing pistachios, adding to a growing list of recalled products across the U.S. amid concerns of salmonella poisoning. Kraft also has issued a recall of the pistachio-containing products.

Plano, Texas-based Frito-Lay, which is owned by Pepsico ( PEP), on Tuesday voluntarily recalled its in-shell Salted Pistachios in response to the salmonella scare, but said no illnesses had been reported. Dallas-based Dean Foods ( DF) said it was checking to see whether any of its ice cream products were affected.

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