More than 22,000 pounds of chicken, ham and beef products sold in Minnesota and 26 other states are being recalled because of possible Listeria contamination. The USDA says the potential contamination was discovered by testing at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, but there have been no reports of illness at this time. The affected products include several kinds of chicken salad, ham salad, barbecue beans with beef, and potato salad with bacon. Symptoms of Listeriosis include fever and muscle aches, and sometimes diarrhea or other gastrointestinal problems. Other symptoms can include headache, confusion and convulsions. It can be treated with antibiotics. The recalled products were made by Oregon-based Reser’s Fine Foods, and a full list of affected products can be found HERE.