Vietnamese Pork Rolls Recalled Due to Listeria Outbreak

A listeria outbreak has prompted a recall of ready-to-eat Vietnamese pork rolls shipped nationwide from Houston company Long Phung Food Products, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Four people from four states have been infected with listeria after consuming the company's pork patty rolls manufactured between May 21 and November 16 and labeled with the number "EST. 13561," the CDC says. Those four have been hospitalized and no deaths have been reported.

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