BJ’s Wholesale Club Inc., the third-largest U.S. warehouse retailer, said a batch of mushrooms it recalled this week wasn’t contaminated with E. coli.

The news clears the name of Kaolin Farms in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the source of the mushrooms.

John Pia, co-owner of Kaolin Mushroom Farms, told The News-Journal on Wednesday he was

BJ’s Wholesale Club showed extreme caution when it learned that some of its store-brand mushrooms might be contaminated with E. coli.

Without waiting for either government order or confirmation of preliminary test results, BJ’s quickly pulled the mushrooms from its shelves Monday, protecting customers from possible harm.

The company had not received any reports of

BJ’s Wholesale Club has announced a mushroom recall.

The Massachusetts-based retailer said the voluntary recall covers pre-packaged Wellsley Farms brand fresh mushrooms purchased between Feb. 11 and Feb. 19.

The company said a routine inspection found the possible presence of trace amounts of E. coli from one lot code of sliced mushrooms.