Kowalski's Market recalls some hams

Kowalski's Markets have issued a voluntary recall of some hams that may be contaminated with Listeria, a bacteria that causes flu-like symptoms, the Star Tribune reported.
All hams under the private label "Kowalski's Signature Smoked Ham" with the sell-by date of May 14 have been recalled, according to the grocer's Web site.
The store has also recalled Kowalski's Signature Smoked hams with a sell-by date of April 23 through May 22 as a precaution.
Lorentz Meats, the producer of the hams, believe they have recalled all products in question, and estimate there are no more than 100 hams affected that Kowalski's sold.
Customers who purchased one of the recalled hams can receive a full refund of call 651-755-2400 for a replacement ham delivered by Kowalski's.

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