AUSTRALIA: Listeria outbreak in meat factory forces meat goods recall
Byrnes Quality Meats has recalled part of its smallgoods range after it was discovered that the products contained the harmful Listeria bacteria. The products to be recalled are 250g vacuum packs of sliced beef, pork and lamb, and silverside, ham, salami and chicken roll. The contamination is thought to be caused by a Listeria outbreak in the company's factory in the Atherton Tableland in north Queensland.
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