Lipari Foods of Warren, Michigan, is recalling various Premo and Fresh Grab wedge sandwiches due to possible listeria contamination.
Ten varieties sandwiches to include egg salad, ham and cheese, chicken and tuna salad sandwiches have been recalled.
The sandwiches were distributed in the following states: Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Illinois, West Virginia, Florida, and Wisconsin.
The varieties included in the recall are the following:
According to the FDA notice, Lipari Foods began shipping the products on December 31, 2019.
Consumers with questions can call the company at 800-729-3354.
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