Pritzker Hageman Listeria lawyers are representing a client who is hospitalized with a Listeria infection after eating chicken salad that is now part of a Listeria recall.

Craig Moraski, 50, of Bellevue, Nebraska developed symptoms of a Listeria infection after eating chicken salad his wife purchased in a 2-lb.-tub from a Sam’s Club store in Papillion, Nebraska. The chicken salad ended up as part of a major recall of products made with cooked chicken produced by Tip Top Poultry.

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Canadian health officials investigating a cooked chicken Listeria outbreak that appears to be associated with a multi-state Listeria outbreak in the U.S. As part of their investigation, Canadian health officials have been testing cooked chicken products and found that multiple Tip Top product samples tested positive for Listeria.

On September 28, 2019, Tip Top issued a recall for all cooked, ready-to-eat chicken products it had produced between January 21, 2019, and  September 24, 2019. Those recalled products were sold under a variety of brand names including Butterball, Perdue, Sysco, West Creek, Tip Top, R.W. Zant Co., Delizous Farms, Clean Eatz Café and GFS.

The recalled chicken was also distributed to other companies that used the cooked chicken to make chicken salad products which have also been recalled including:

  • E.A. Sween’s of Eden Prairie, MN for products sold under the brand names Deli Express, Market Sandwich, Archer Farms, Good to Go and Kum & Go.
  • Northern Tier Bakery of St. Paul Park, MN for products sold under the brand names SuperMom’s and Hometown Kitchen
  • Coburn’s Inc. of St. Cloud, MN for products sold from the deli counter and self-serve deli areas of its Coborn’s and Cash Wise stores in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota;  and its Marketplace Foods stores in Western Wisconsin.
  • Lipari Foods of Warren MI for products sold under the brand names Lipari, Premo and Fresh Grab.
  • Mrs. Stratton’s Salads Inc. of Birmingham, AL for products sold under the brand names Mrs. Stratton’s, Piggly Wiggly, Sneaky Pete’s, Laura Lynn, Ballard’s Supreme, Fresh Buy, Star, Star Private Stock, Star Classic, IGA, Five Points, Grand Strand and Carlie C’s.
  • Grand Strand Sandwich Co. of Longs, SC for products sold under the brand names Lunch Box and Fresh and Local sold in North and South Carolina.

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