The Canadian food manufacturer behind last weeks chili sauce recall is now recalling other foods. They fear the foods - made at U.S. plants - may be contaminated with a muscle paralyzing bacteria. Castelberry foods is recalling corned beef hash, beef stew, chili and four of their pet food products. The contamination is believed to be isolated to a Georgia plant. Its been shut down. The original recall stemmed from reports that two children in Texas and an Indiana couple got sick... when they ate the hot dog chili products. The recall includes items sold as store brands by major grocers such as Food Lion, Piggly Wiggly and Kroger. The US Food and Drug Administration says consumers should not use these products, even if they dont look or smell spoiled. Consumers with any questions should visit Castleberrys web site -- www.Castleberrys.Com A toll-free hotline is also available for consumer questions at 1-800-203-4412 or 1-888-203-8446.