Roast beef is on the menu as one of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's latest recalls.

Grimm's Fine Foods brand Home Style roast beef and Gloria's roast beef sandwiches, commonly found in corner stores, have been recalled due to Listeria concerns.  

Lunch box roast beef and the cheddar cheese submarine with creamy coleslaw have also been recalled and are produced by HQ Fine Foods of Alberta.

The CFIA says they've had no reports of food poisoning from the products, but they're still not safe to consume.

Signs of food poisoning including vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness.

The foods may not look or smelled spoiled but they should be either thrown out or returned to where they were purchased.

Grimm's roast beef have a best before date of July 24 and Gloria's roast beef sandwiches have a best before date of July 11.

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Grimm's Roast Beef package. (Photo Courtesy: CFIA)

Gloria's Roast Beef Sandwich label. (Photo Courtesy: CFIA)

Gloria's Roast Beef and Cheddar Cheese Sub with Creamy Coleslaw label. (Photo Courtesy: CFIA)