Wegmans has recalled fresh Anaheim peppers from all of its stores, citing possible salmonella contamination.

The company issued the recall July 2, and it covers all Anaheim peppers sold at Wegmans stores since June 11. The notice, posted on the company's Web site, did not name the pepper supplier, or when and where the peppers were tested.

Wegmans is asking consumers who bought the peppers to throw them away.

The Food and Drug Administration is investigating the situation, according to Wegmans, but the FDA's recall, market withdrawal and safety alert Web site has no information about the peppers.

Wegmans notice to consumers is here.

Wegmans pulls Anaheim peppers from shelves