A Georgia company has expanded a voluntary recall on a large number of products that can be found on store shelves in West Virginia.

Castelberry's is fearing a number of canned meat products could potentially carry botulism.

That recall has been expanded to a large number of products after an FDA determination that a malfunction at the company processing plant was in existence longer than originally thought.

All of the products listed are under the recall regardless of their "sell by" date.

Consumers who have the products in their pantry are urged to not eat the food and either return the items to the store or throw the food away.

The extensive-expanded voluntary product recall list,
includes several brand names and store-brand names, and
includes some pet foods, may be found at   www.castleberrys.com

Consumers with any questions are urged to view
Castleberry's Web site   www.castleberrys.com  

A toll-free hotline is also available for consumer questions at 1-800-203-4412.

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