Company Recalls Meat After Listeria Outbreak
A Camden company is recalling 200,000 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken and turkey sold nationwide and possibly linked to a listeria outbreak that sickened 50 people and killed seven, the Agriculture Department announced.
Jack Lambersky Poultry Co. is pulling precooked turkey and chicken products made between June 27 and July 3. It also has halted operations. Tests showed some of the meat contained a listeria strain matching the one that infected people in eight northeastern states.