One of the most mainstream hummus brands at the supermarket is giving a review in light of the fact that their item could be debased with Salmonella. Around 2,100 instances of the 10oz Sabra Classic Hummus are involved.
A routine screening by the FDA of a solitary tub found possible Salmonella, provoking the hummus review. No other Sabra items are incorporated, and no sicknesses or shopper objections have been accounted for, as indicated by the review notice posted by the FDA. (Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.)
The tubs were delivered on Feb. 10 and have a “Best Before” date of April 26 and an UPC code of 300067. They were sold in 16 states including Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, New Jersey, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
The notice says that since the item is over part of the way through its time span of usability, it may not be accessible to buy any longer. Notwithstanding, on the off chance that you have it in your cooler, you should quit eating it and toss it out or return it to the spot of procurement for a full refund.
Symptoms of a Salmonella disease incorporate the runs, stomach squeezing, and a fever. They can create as right on time as 12 hours after openness and as late as 72 hours after. Serious cases can require hospitalization. More established grown-ups, youngsters, and those with debilitated invulnerable frameworks are more in danger for these.
Another review was simply declared, this time for an item sold only at Costco — salmon burgers.
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