A number of ready-to-eat salads have been recalled after a warning it may contain listeria.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) recalled specific batches of Bells, Bush Road, Country Foods and Pams ready-to-eat salads due to the possible presence of listeria.
The products are sold in-stores from the deli counter, and include a range of potato, pasta, egg and chicken salads.
Consumers are advised to return or dispose of the ready-to-eat salads listed here.
New Zealand Food Safety (NZFS) says customers who have brought these products should not consume them.
"Listeria bacteria can make people sick (listeriosis)," NZFS Food Compliance Manager Nigel Hughes says.
"If you think you have eaten contaminated products and are concerned for your health, please seek medical attention."
Listeriosis infection can be serious among vulnerable groups - pregnant women and their unborn babies, newborn babies, people with weakened immune systems and elderly people.
"Healthy adults are likely to experience only mild infection, causing mild diarrhoea and flu-like symptoms."
A full list of the products, including use by dates and places of purchase can be found on the MPI website here.