Chicken salad sold at the local grocery store chain has been connected to reported cases of salmonella bacteria.

The Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting a link between salmonella and Chicken Salad product sold at Fareway stores throughout Iowa. The chicken salad is made and packaged by a third party and then distributed to Fareway.

Fareway stores have pulled the product from shelves and no sales have been allowed since February 9th.

Salmonella infection usually shows symptoms between 12 to 36 hours after ingesting the bacteria. Symptoms include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, bloody stools and dehydration.