Not to Consume Ready-to-eat Meat Products with Possible Contamination of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes

Issue Date 2.8.2010
Source of Information

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Food Product

Ready- to-eat Cooked Meat Products

Product Name and Description

The manufacturer of the affected products is G. Brandt Meat Packers Ltd. of Canada.

Some affected products have been imported to Hong Kong.

The importer, Park 'N Shop, is recalling all lots of the affected products.

Product Names

Pork Products:

1. Blackforest Ham Shingle
2. Extra Lean Kolbassa Chubs
3. Honey Maple Ham
4. Honey Maple Smoked Ham
5. Honey Maple Smoke Ham Shingle
6. Kolbassa Chubs
7. Kolbassa Loaf Shingle
8. Krakovska Sausage Shingle
9. Polish Style Ham

Turkey Products:

10. Smoked Turkey Breast Shingle
11. Turkey Kolbassa Chubs
12. Turkey Kolbassa Loaf Shingle

Beef Products:

13. Cooked Roast Beef
14. Cooked Roast Beef Sliced
15. Corned Beef
16. N. Y. Style Pastrami
17. N. Y. Style Pastrami Sliced

Other Mixed Meat Products (Pork and Beef):

18. Pizza Loaf Sliced
19. Meat Olive and Pimento Sliced

Reason For Issuing Alert

The products may be contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes.

Action Taken by the Centre for Food Safety

The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) has alerted the trade to stop selling the products and is communicating with the Canadian authorities to closely monitor the situation.

Advice to the Trade

Stop selling the affected products.

Advice to Consumers

Stop consuming the affected products. Consumers should consult a doctor if they feel sick after consuming the affected products.

Further Information

Website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

The CFS press release

Centre for Food Safety
Food and Environmental Hygiene Department