A botulism outbreak has the government warning consumers and retailers to rid their shelves of more than 90 products made at a Castleberry plant, including chili sauce, beef stew, and corned beef hash, involving potentially tens of millions of cans sold under many brand names. Four cases of botulism have been reported so far. All ate Castleberry's hot dog chili sauce.
A Georgia Tech student is one of several nationwide who have become sick. The maker Castleberry Food Company closed down a plant. The Food & Drug Administration says more than 90 different products need to be recalled -- everything from corned beef hash to dog food.
For an exact list of recalled items go to : http://www.castleberrys.com
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