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First Cantaloupe, Now Sandwiches Pose Listeria Threat

By Bryan Thompson, Kansas Public Radio


SALINA, Ks. – The Kansas Department of Agriculture says sandwiches from the St. Louis-based company, Landshire, are possibly tainted with deadly Listeria.

The company's "Nike All-American Sandwiches" and "Nike Super Poor Boy Sandwiches" have been widely distributed in Kansas, but as Bryan Thompson reports, no illnesses have been reported so far.

The sandwiches with production lot codes from 11 237 6 through 11 285 6 are on recall.


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