Listeria found in products linked to a Barossa Valley meat store has prompted a health warning and recall.
SA Health says people are advised not to consume a range of loose, pre-packed and ready-to-eat meat products made at Linke's Central Meat Store in Nuriootpa, although there have been no reports of people getting sick.
"We received confirmation that during routine company testing, Listeria had been detected in two products made at Linke's Central Meat Store," spokeswoman Joanne Cammans said.
The meat products include some sold directly from Linke's Central Meat Store in Nuriootpa, pre-packaged Leberwurst sold at Foodland Nuriootpa and boneless ham sold from the service deli at Foodland Tanunda.
As a precaution, customers are being asked to not consume any ready-to-eat meat products purchased directly from the Linke's Central Meat Store, or ham purchased from Foodland Tanunda after August 10 while an investigation is under way.
"While we have not received notification of anyone contracting Listeria from any of these products, the infection can be extremely serious if it is contracted by the elderly, pregnant women or people with weakened immune systems," Ms Cammans said.
"Additionally, Linke's Central Meat Store also provides ham to various businesses in the area, which are in the process of being identified and the product removed."