Ginger Beef Choice Brand Ready-to-Eat Special Combo Possibly Contaminated With Listeria Monocytogenes

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According to the news, the recent Listeria outbreak has reached many Canada products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has released an announcement pointing out that a certain ready-to-eat Special Combo made by the Ginger Beef Choice Ltd was recently recalled.

According to the announcement, the recalled product bears the number UPC 6 65075 22980 2 and its Best Before date of 2011 NOV 28. Reports say the product has been distributed to Costco stores. No illness reports linked to the consumption of the possible Listeria infected products were allegedly released to the media.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I urge all readers to be stern when it comes to the products you may have consumed that are contaminated. Remember that bacteria like Listeria monocytogenes are colorless and odorless. It’s impossible to know just by looking at it, if the product is infected or not so you must stay up to date with every recall issued in the past.

Personal injury lawyers may always help you by assisting you with answers to your questions regarding personal injury cases if you feel you’ve been put at risk by a product or company. Don’t hesitate in contacting a professional lawyer to guide you through.