The California Deaprtment of Public Health is warning consumers not to eat Harry’s Berries Salsa or Harry’s Berries Dilled Beans, produced by Gean Farms Inc. in Oxnard because they may be susceptible to contamination of Clostridium botulinum, a bacteria that causes botulism. Gean Farms is voluntarily recalling their products after state health officials discovered the products were made without the required controls to prevent contamination. The products were sold at certified farmers markets in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties between May 2011 and November 2012. Anyone still in posession of these products should discard them. Those who see the products still offered for sale should contact the CDPH. People who ate these products and have experienced symptoms of botulism infection — including blurred vision, trouble speaking and swallowing, or progressive muscle weakness — should contact a healthcare provider immediately.