Hi, the bacteria you asked about is Campylobacter and Listeria. It's possible to get food poisoning from these bacterias on lunchmeats, hot dogs, etc. Bacterial growth from Listeria does not stop with refrigeration, so reheating these meats first is a good preventative. Consume foods within a few days and throw out lunchmeats that have been opened (in the fridge) for more than 4 or 5 days.
Lunchmeats do contain a lot of sodium and chemical preservatives. Avoid lunchmeats with nitrates. You could make your own healthy meats for baby by boiling organic chicken and shredding it up, freeze it into little containers. Do the same with a wild salmon fillet. If you cook an organic pork tenderloin roast for your family (super easy), chop or grind some of it up for baby, freezing some in little containers. By making your own baby food, you get to have control over the ingredients. Hope that helps!
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