The recall totals about 23,000 pounds of food, based on the U.S. Division of Agriculture's Food Protection and Inspection Service. Expiration dates range from 10/23/13 to 3/17/14 - - a complete list of items and UPC codes are available on Reser's website. Reser's Fine Foods is based in Beaverton, Ore., but the products involved were manufactured at a Topeka, Kan. Processing plant. The nagging problem was uncovered through testing conducted by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. A traceback investigation and follow-up testing by FDA at the facility determined there is potential cross contamination of items with listeria from product contact surfaces. People who are concerned about disease after eating these products should contact their doctor..Detailed data from these studies will be offered at the next scientific meeting and/or submitted for publication in a peer-examined journal. Related StoriesNew RNA test of blood platelets can be used to identify location of cancerOvarian cancer individuals with a brief history of oral contraceptive use have better outcomesViralytics enters into medical trial collaboration agreement with MSDAcacia Pharma's CEO, Dr Julian Gilbert, commented: A significant number of patients have problems with PONV despite routine use of prophylactic antiemetics, predominantly 5HT3s and corticosteroids, increasing health care costs and reducing individual satisfaction.