Fear of contamination triggers recall of Lunch Makers kits
ConAgra Foods is recalling Armour Lunch Makers kits with ham, turkey and bologna that may be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes...
ConAgra Foods is recalling Armour Lunch Makers kits with ham, turkey and bologna that may be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes.
The Cracker Cruncher lunch kits, which have "sell-by" dates in early February, were produced between Nov. 18 and 23. The kits, which also include Nestlé candy bars, were distributed in Washington state, a spokeswoman said.
The packages include an establishment number (Est.) inside the USDA seal of inspection and a product code. These include:
Ham, Est. 1059, codes 4660033427 and 4660002262
Turkey, Est. P-9, codes 4660033428 and 4660002261
Bologna, Est. P-9, code 4660002263
Buyers can return packages to retail stores for full refunds; no receipt is necessary.
For more information, call the Lunch Makers Consumer Information Line, 800-414-7500.
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