Shawnee Mission School District says they may have served recalled cucumbers

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SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. — The Shawnee Mission School District announced on Wednesday that they might have served cucumbers that have been recalled due to a possible contamination with Salmonella.

The district says food vendor US Foods contacted them to let them know that they had shipped possibly contaminated cucumbers to the district. The district says they are taking steps to get rid of the recalled cucumbers, but they say some of them may have been served at a few of the schools before hearing about the recall.

The list of schools include: Apache, Benninghoven, Briarwood, Brookwood, Comanche, Crestview, Hocker Grove, Marsh, Merriam, Nieman, Overland Park, Rosehill, Rushton, Shawanoe, Shawnee Mission North, Shawnee Mission West, Tomahawk, Trailwood, and Westridge.

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