Weis Markets, Inc., the Sunbury, PA-based supermarket chain with 162 stores in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia and Maryland, is recalling Weis Quality salads for possible Listeria contamination. No illnesses have yet been associated with the recall, which Weis announced Monday on its Facebook page. The Weis brand salads are made by Milwaukee-based Garden Fresh Foods. About 21,000 Weis Club members who bought the salads were advised of the recall by telephone calls directly from the supermarket chain. On the recall list are Weis brand creamy coleslaw, original potato salad, original macaroni salad, potato with egg salad, Amish macaroni, Amish potato, quality red potato salad, old-fashioned coleslaw, ham salad and tuna salad. Any of the recalled items can be returned to Weis stores for a full refund. It is unclear if the recall of Weis products is new or a continuation of a Garden Fresh recall announced Aug. 30 involving 16-oz packages of Spartan Fresh Selections Potato Salad, also for Listeria contamination, and which were distributed to stores in Ohio and Michigan.