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Possible Botulism Outbreak has Stores Pulling Canned Goods

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(KSL News) A possible Botulism outbreak has Utah grocery stores pulling several canned goods off their shelves.

The products in question all were made by Castleberry Food Company and sold in Smith's and Associated Food stores across the country.

They include Kroger Chili without Beans, Kroger Chili with Beans, Kroger Beef Stew and Castleberry's Beef Stew.

If you have any of these products, you can return them to the store for a full refund.

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