Listeria Discovered at Houston Food Processor

A Houston company recalls thousands of pounds of ready-to-eat salads, wraps, and sandwiches over listeria concerns. 

Food inspectors say the bacteria was discovered at the Great American Marketing Co., which sells its products at hundreds of Corner Market and Circle K stores around the state.  

No illnesses have been reported. 

The company has voluntarily shut down, saying it will be at least two weeks before the source of the listeria is identified and eliminated.

Here is a list of the recalled products:

CAESAR SALAD, CHEF SALAD, CLUB WRAP, CHICKEN CAESAR WRAP, DELI CUT HAM AND AMERICAN, DELI CUT TURKEY, CHICKEN SALAD, JALAPENO PIMENTO CHEESE, ITALIAN 6” SUB, TURKEY PEPPER JAKC 6”SUB, TURKEY AND SWISS, HAM AND CHEDDAR SANDWICH; all sold in Valero Corner Stores/Circle K Stores under Corner Store Market Label in different packaging shapes and sizes with the following sell-by dates: 04/08/19, 04/09/19, 04/11/19, 04/13/19, 04/14/19, 4/15/19, 4/16/19, 4/18/19, 4/20/19.

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