Some are convinced the food-borne disease is a thing of the past.
But the department of health says it cannot hand over patients' private information.
The company reportedly plans to claim R94-million in insurance for the recall costs and it could lose R377-million from lost sales and the destruction of the returned items.
The company will have to embark on some serious brand rehab.
Pick 'n Pay, Shoprite and Checkers have offered full refunds on some Enterprise and Rainbow products.
The department says the source of listeriosis could have been found sooner, but food companies refused to cooperate.
Don't throw it away just yet.
"Tiger Brands are a responsible producer," says a South African hygiene and sanitation expert.
What has Tiger Brands (Enterprise) said? What to look out for?
A corridor chat is all that stood between listeriosis and thousands more deaths.