A new food recall of several fresh-cut vegetable products that may be contaminated with listeria has been issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.\nThis comes days after another recall of the same kind that included Compliments products across most Canadian provinces.\nThis new recall is nationwide. Consult the list of recalled products below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nA new recall of various fresh-cut vegetable products has been issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) includes due to possible contamination by Listeria monocytogenes across the country.\nListeria is a pathogenic bacteria that can survive with or without the presence of oxygen and it can continue to grow at temperatures as low as 0°C, meaning it can easily continue to multiply even in typical refrigeration settings.\nAccording to the CFIA, "Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick."\nThis recall comes after a previous recall of the same sort, that did not include Quebec. The CFIA has now listed the recall as "National," as more products have been identified as possibly contaminated in more provinces across the country.\nAs the CFIA was undertaking further food safety investigations, the additional product information to light, expanding the Class 1 Hazard recall to be nationwide.\nBelow is a list of the products that are currently being recalled by the CFIA due to this possible Listeria contamination. Continue below to see details about the initial recall of Compliments fresh-cut veggie products.\nWhen it comes to the products listed below, the CFIA is including "all Best Before dates up to and including November 16, 2019." To see the UPC codes and size specifications of the products listed below, head to the full listing of the CFIA Food Recall Warning here.\nMann's Broccoli Cole Slaw\nMann's Caulini - Baby Cauliflower\nMann's Kale Beet Blend\nMann's Kale Cabbage Blend\nMann's Kohlrabi "Linguini"\nMann's Power Blend\nMann's Rainbow Salad\nMann's Riced Cauliflower\nMann's Shaved Brussels Sprouts\nMann's Veggie Tray\nMann's Crave a Bowl - Spicy Marinara\nMann's Crave a Bowl - Sweet Corn\nMann's Crave a Bowl - Zesty Green Chile\nMann's Family Favorites - Broccoli and Cauliflower\nMann's Family Favorites - Broccoli Wokly\nMann's Family Favorites - Brussels Sprouts\nMann's Family Favorites - California Stir Fry\nMann's Family Favorites - French Beans\nMann's Family Favorites - Green Beans\nMann's Family Favorites - Vegetable Medley\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Cauli-Rice Curry\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Fresh Veggie Noodles - Basil Pesto\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Fresh Veggie Noodles - Spicy Thai\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Fresh Veggie Noodles - Tomato Bolognese\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Sesame Sriracha\nMann's Nourish Bowls - Southwest Chipotle\nMann's Organic Broccoli & Carrots\nMann's Organic Broccoli Cole Slaw\nMann's Organic Broccoli Florets\nMann's Organic Green Beans\nMann's Snacking Favorites - Organic Vegetable Tray with Organic Ranch Dip\nMann's Snacking Favorites - Veggie Hummus\nMann's Snacking Favorites - Veggie Ranch\nSysco Imperial - Veggie Power Blend\nWestern Family - Broccoli Slaw\nWestern Family - Sweet Kale Salad Kit\nThe previous CFIA recall, which was issued on November 1, included several Compliments fresh-cut veggie products, including their Sweet Kale Blend, seen pictured in the tweet below, as well as chopped Cauliflower and Broccolini, the Vegetable Platter with Ranch Dip, Green Beans and the Power Green Blend. See the full previous recall listing here.\nREAD ALSO: Wind Has Ripped Bricks From A Montreal Building, Shattering Bus Stop & Injuring 1 (Video)\nThe tweet below is in regards to the initial Listeria recall related to fresh-cut vegetables, which applied to Alberta, B.C., Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, P.E.I., and Newfoundland and Labrador.\nCompliments brand is recalling Sweet Kale Blend. To find out more about this recall: https://t.co/PrEfStlb7q pic.twitter.com/3jYyU3NY2P— CFIA - Food (@CFIA_Food) October 31, 2019\nFoods that are at a high risk of carrying Listeria include refrigerated smoked fish, raw or unpasteurized milk, soft and unpasteurized cheese and ready-to-eat meats like pâté, hot dogs, and deli meats.\nSymptoms of listeriosis include, "vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness."\nComplications of listeriosis can be fatal, as severe listeriosis can develop into "a brain infection and/or blood poisoning," according to the CFIA.\nFruits and vegetables are essential to adopting a #vegan lifestyle. Handling produce safely will help prevent food poisoning. #WorldVeganDay https://t.co/7FhYJv9Ham pic.twitter.com/GtcrEHy7rl— CFIA - Food (@CFIA_Food) November 1, 2019\nThose most at risk of listeriosis are people with weakened immune systems, adults over 60, and pregnant women, "including their unborn or newborn baby."\nThe CFIA reminds Canadians that if you think you have become sick from consuming one of the products listed above, call your doctor immediately.\nIf you have any of these products in your home, throw them out or bring them back to the store where they were purchased.