Tip Top Poultry is expanding a recall for ready-to-eat chicken products due to listeria concerns.
Initially, on Sept. 28, the company recalled an undetermined amount of chicken products due to possible contamination of listeria.
On Oct. 9, the company added additional products to the recall.
"Some of the products may have been served from the deli counter in grocery stores," according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The recall includes chicken salad, pasta, spring rolls, wraps and other products that were produced between Jan. 21 and Sept. 24.
So far, according to USDA, no one has gotten sick, but consumers are still being warned to throw away the chicken products.
Tip Top Poultry sells under multiple brands in dozens of stores, including Aldi.
For a list of retail locations affected by the expanded recall, click here. To see a list of all the items affected, click here.
This story was originally published by WFTS in Tampa, Florida.