Retailers notified of voluntary recalls issued by the manufacturers of hot dogs and luncheon meats possibly tainted with the Listeria monocytogenes bacterium say the items have been pulled from stores and they stand prepared to answer any consumer inquiry. Very few consumers, however, are returning directly to stores asking "panicky" questions about the recalled products, retailers told SN. "There hasn't been any kind of rush back to the stores from our customers," said Ruth Mitchell, ...

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