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September 17, 2006

Albany - - Some Albany restaurants are also following suit with removing spinach from their menus.

Usually spinach is a welcomed option for sandwiches at Subway. But the restaurant on Westover Blvd. tells us they've cut it out as a result of the recent e-coli outbreak.

Applebees on North Westover has also removed spinach from its salads and vegetable menu. Managers say it was a corporate decision.

The restaurant will, however, still offer its spinach dip. They feel the way the dip is processed is safe for their guests.

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