Chicken and ham products recalled due to potential listeria
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A nationwide recall has been issued for ready-to-eat chicken and ham products because of possible listeria contamination.
Some 19,000 pounds of chicken and ham are being recalled by Garden Fresh Foods, which distributes the products under a variety of names.
The listeria contaminations have been reported in California and 13 other states. The FDA says there are no reports of anyone getting sick after consuming the foods.
The products are sold under the Market Pantry and Archer Farms labels, along with D'Amico & Sons brands.
The problem was discovered through testing by the FDA.
Consumers with questions about this recall can contact the company at (800) 645-3367. Shoppers can also see the FDA's full list of the recalled products here.
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