Reser's adds products to recall

Reser's adds products to recall

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Reser's Find Foods has expanded a recall of meat products, including some sold in Oklahoma. The company is concerned about a potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

The recall now includes any product the company made between September, 5 and October 9th of this year. Reser's Find Foods has previously recalled 22,800 pounds of ready-to-eat packages of chicken, ham and beef.

The products were distributed nationwide, including Oklahoma, and in Canada.

Reser's Find Foods is based in Topeka, Kansas.

For a list of the products affected click here.

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