RECALL | Roast beef sold in Ontario recalled after illnesses
A recall of pre-cooked roast beef in Ontario due to possible contamination from Listeria has been expanded.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency first issued a recall on March 28th about the beef sold at Druxy's Famous Deli outlets in Ontario.
But it has now announced a recall of Deli Classic brand seasoned cooked roast beef sold elsewhere in Ontario, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador and possibly nationally.
The beef produced by Erie Meat Products of Mississauga has best-before dates of April 10th and April 17th.
The agency says there have been reported illnesses linked to the original recall, but no confirmed cases tied to the expanded recall.
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