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Expanded Recall of Canned Products in the United States
Due to Possible Contamination with Botulinum Toxin
(Updated on 20 July 2007)


Issue Date

18 and 19 July 2007


Source of
Information

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website
U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) website


Food Product

Canned Products


Name of Product
(Size, Lot Code)

  • Castleberry's Hot Dog Chili Sauce
    (10 oz can, UPC 3030000101)
  • Austex Hot Dog Chili Sauce (10 oz can, UPC 3030099533)
  • Kroger Hot Dog Chili Sauce (10 oz can, UPC 1111083942)
  • Morton House Corned Beef Hash
    (15 oz can, UPC 7526665830)
  • Cattle Drive Chili with Beans (15 oz can, UPC 3030001515)
  • Southern Home Corned Beef Hash
    (15 oz can, UPC 0788015360)
  • Meijer Corned Beef Hash (15 oz can, UPC 4125095229)
  • Castleberry's Chili with Beans (15 oz can, UPC 3030001015)
  • Castleberry's Barbecue Pork (10 oz can, UPC 3030000402)
  • Bunker Hill Chili No Beans (10 oz can, UPC 7526604112)


Name of
Manufacturer

Castleberry Food Company in Augusta , Georgia , U.S.


Durability Indication

"Best by" dates from 30 April 2009 through 22 May 2009 as printed on the can.


Reason for Recall

Possible contamination with botulinum toxin .


Action Taken by the Centre for Food Safety

The CFS has alerted the trade and is closely monitoring the situation.


Advice to the Trade

Stop selling the affected products.



Advice to Consumers


Consumers who have purchased the affected products should stop consuming them. They should seek medical advice if symptoms develop.


Further Information

The FDA website
The FSIS website
The CFS press release

Centre for Food Safety
Food and Environmental Hygiene Department
20 July 2007

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