WASHINGTON – Stores nationwide are continuing to sell recalled canned chili, stew, hash and other foods potentially contaminated with poisonous bacteria even after repeated warnings the products could kill.

Thousands of cans are being removed from store shelves as quickly as investigators find them, more than a week after Castleberry’s Food Co. began recalling more than 90 products feared contaminated with botulism. The recall now covers two years’ production at the company’s Augusta, Ga., plant — a tally that spirals into the tens of millions of cans.

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