NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Specialty grocery store Trader Joe’s has issued a recall on a batch of raw cashew pieces after concerns of Salmonella contamination.

According to a statement released by the California based company, the cashews were distributed to store locations in 10 states across the country, including Connecticut, New Jersey,  Pennsylvania and New York.

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Trader Joe’s is advising anyone who bought the “Raw Cashew Pieces” with a “best before” date of July 17, 2016 to not eat the product.

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Sales of the raw cashew snacks have been suspended in all Trader Joe’s locations while an investigation is conducted, the company said.

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Trader Joe’s issued a similar recall over a batch of raw walnut pieces in March 2015.