August 9, 2007: Texas Company Recalls Tuna and Egg Salad Sandwiches for Possible Listeria Contamination

Cloud’s Food Service has recalled 4,200 sandwiches that might contain the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes, which can cause food poisoning...

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Sampling by the Food and Drug Administration led to discovery of the bacteria.

The tuna salad sandwiches carry the code 62607-72507, while the code on the egg salad sandwiches is 41907-72507. The sandwiches were sold in convenience stores in East Texas, West Louisiana southwest Arkansas.

There have been no reports of illness thus far.

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