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Source: USDA

There's a Huge Recall on Chicken — Here's How to Tell if You're at Risk for Listeria

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If you were planning on having chicken for dinner tonight, you should probably read this first!

Georgia food producer Tip Top Poultry has issued a recall of chicken products that includes a bunch of ready-to-eat salads, sandwiches, wraps, and other dishes due to possible Listeria contamination. Wondering whether you may be harboring the dangerous meat in your home? We’ve got all the info you need right here.

What chicken is affected by the recall?

The recall was initially issued back on Sept. 28, 2019. According to a statement from Tip Top Poultry, the company instituted a voluntary recall of all “cooked, hot deboned fowl meat” that had been produced from a single line in their ready-to-eat cooking facility in Rockmart, Ga. after being informed that several products sold in Canada had tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes.