October 4, 2007: Tuscan Sun Turkey Sandwiches Recalled by Company Because of Potential Listeria Contamination

Jumbo Foods, Inc., of Mukilteo, WA, has recalled 1360 Tuscan Sun Turkey sandwiches with a production code of 35E.

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The sandwiches could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, which can cause life-threatening illness in young children, the elderly or individuals with weakened immune systems. There have been no reported illnesses.

These sandwiches had been distributed to convenience stores in Washington, Oregon and Northern California.

Routine sampling by the Washington State Department of Agriculture discovered that the Tuscan Sun Turkey sandwich contained Listeria. The cause of contamination is under investigation.

The company has advised consumers who bought the sandwiches to return them to the store for a full refund.

For more information about this foodborne pathogen, visit the Listeria page on this website. For the complete press release from Jumbo Foods, visit this FDA web page:

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