MILWAUKEE (AP) -- MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Milwaukee-based Garden-Fresh Foods Inc. is recalling 50 more tons of chicken and ham products over concerns of possible listeria contamination, its third recall in two months.
The latest recall was announced Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Officials were concerned the food was possibly contaminated with listeria, which can lead to miscarriages in pregnant women and serious illness for those with weakened immune systems.
There have been no reports of illnesses.
The products include several varieties of ham and chicken salads, among other things, sold under the Garden-Fresh, Grandpa's, Archer Farms and D'Amico & Sons brand names.
A message left Saturday with the company wasn't immediately returned. Garden-Fresh first recalled more than 9 tons of food on Sept. 25, and recalled an additional 6,700 pounds this month.
Full list of products: http://1.usa.gov/1ikcXLo
A Milwaukee food company that already recalled more than 9 tons of products including chicken salad and ham salad is expanding its recall to include other chicken and ham products.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the products are being recalled due to possible contamination with a microbe known as listeria.
The products were made by Garden-Fresh Foods Inc. They include ham salad, chicken salad and liver pate.
The latest recall covers 20 products and represents about 6,700 pounds of food. Last month Garden-Fresh recalled 11 related products. The USDA has the full list of products on its website.