(July 18, 12:41 p.m.) Grande Produce, Hidalgo, Texas, has voluntarily recalled avocados, serrano peppers and jalapeño peppers after lab tests by state health departments in Texas and North Carolina found salmonella in the products.

Texas Department of State Health Services said in a July 17 news release that the salmonella found by that agency in the hot peppers did not match the Salmonella Saintpaul strain responsible for more than 1,200 reported illnesses in 42 states, Washington, D.C., and Canada.

However, test results to determine the salmonella strain detected in jalapeños and avocados by North Carolina officials are pending.

Meanwhile, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said it has asked a Charlotte food distributor to recall jalapeño peppers and Hass avocados it received from the Texas distributor.

“We do not know yet whether this is the Salmonella Saintpaul strain, but these potentially contaminated products must be removed regardless,” North Carolina public health director Leah Devlin said in a news release.