WASHINGTON -- The mystery surrounding the nationwide recalls of hot dogs and luncheon meat continues to deepen with a third national-brand manufacturer issuing warnings to retailers and consumers about the possibility of Listeria-contaminated product. This latest recall affects more than 50 hot dog and luncheon meat products manufactured by Thorn Apple Valley, Southfield, Mich. All the items bear the Establishment Numbers 13529 or P-13529, and were made at the company's Forrest City, Ark., ...

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