Deli meat recall

FRESNO, Calif.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday morning it's recalling 380,000 pounds of deli meats made at a plant in Buffalo, New York. The plant is owned by Tyson Foods.

The U.S.D.A. says the meat maybe contaminated with listeria which can cause high fever, severe headaches, and nausea.

The U.S.D.A. says the meat involved in the recall was sold under the Marketside Grab and Go brand including ham, roast beef and salami.

CNN is reporting, the U.S.D.A. says the meat was distributed to Wal-mart stores nationwide.

The products subject to recall include:

- 25.5-pound cases of "Marketside Grab and Go Sandwiches BLACK FOREST HAM With Natural Juices Coated with Caramel Color" with the number 17800 1300.

- 28.49-pound cases of "Marketside Grab and Go Sandwiches HOT HAM, HARD SALAMI, PEPPERONI, SANDWICH PEPPERS" with the number 17803 1300.

- 32.67-pound cases of "Marketside Grab and Go Sandwiches VIRGINIA BRAND HAM With Natural Juices, MADE IN NEW YORK, FULLY COOKED BACON, SANDWICH PICKLES, SANDWICH PEPPERS" with the number 17804 1300.

- 25.5-pound cases of "Marketside Grab and Go Sandwiches ANGUS ROAST BEEF Coated with Caramel Color" with the number 17805 1300.

The packages also bear vendor number "398412808" and the USDA mark of inspection. The meat products were produced on various dates from June 18 to July 2, 2010, and have various "Use By" dates ranging from August 20 to September 10, 2010. The products were distributed nationwide to a single retail chain.

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