Packaged sushi has been recalled from Price Chopper and Market 32 grocery stores on the East Coast over listeria fears.

Stores in Pennsylvania and New York recalled product following a voluntary recall by the sushi products’ manufacturer, AFC Sushi, according to a story in the Oneonta, New York-based Daily Star. All sushi made with tuna has been recalled.

As of Jan. 9, affected sushi had been found only at Price Chopper stores in Rotterdam, New York, and Edwardsville, Pennsylvania, according to the story.

The Golub Corp., owner of the Price Chopper, Market 32 and Market Bistro banners, operates more than 130 stores in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticut.