Sandwiches recalled due to Listeria

by Eric Schroeder
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ST. LOUIS — Landshire, a family owned and operated provider of fresh sandwiches, hot foods, and pastries, has recalled 17,305 cases of Nike Super Poor Boy sandwiches and Nike All-American sandwiches because of the potential for Listeria monocytogene contamination.

No confirmed illnesses have been reported. The initial recall was issued on Oct. 20, with an expansion issued on Oct. 25. The sandwiches, which are available individually, in 2-count packs or 8-count packs, are distributed nationwide at convenience stores, wholesale food distributors and retail supermarkets.

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