The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing the safety of some items sold by a number of US department stores and chain restaurants that have been found to contain Ebola virus-contaminated food.
The FDA announced on Friday that it was reviewing the products, including products made in China and India.
One of the food items tested positive for Ebola virus in a test of a chicken that was prepared for sale at the Korean department store chain, Bamberger.
The Korea-based chain said the chicken, which was tested on June 30, had been prepared for Korean customers by its Korean cook.
Bamberger said in a statement that it would be contacting affected customers to ensure they receive the proper food.