A poultry company in Georgia has notified retailers across the country that some of their products containing chicken may be contaminated with Listeria.

Tip Top Poultry recalled the ready-to-eat chicken after some samples tested positive for listeria.

The products are usually sold in supermarkets and delis, and have since been pulled off the shelves.

Some of our local grocery stores are affected by this recall, such as ALDI, Kings Supermarket, Weis Market, and BI-LO; nj.com says.

A popular favorite, Knott's Chicken Salad Spread is one of the products that has been recalled.

If you think you've bought any of these products recently, be sure to check your fridge.

So far, there have been no reports of anyone getting sick from eating the contaminated chicken.

Let's hope it stays that way because there can be a number of symptoms that can occur.

A full list of stores which recalled the products can be found here.