If you bought one of these Kroger dips, throw them now, the FDA warns
Snack and party products could put your health at serious risks.
As theThe largest grocery chain in the United States, millions of peopleCount on Kroger To store their refrigerators, their pantry, their cupboards and their freezers. The stores carry everything, basic ingredients essential to carefully prepared food and everything else, which facilitates what you need for your weekly meals,take snacks, and prepare for a party as a one-shop destination. But now, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) warns that certain hollows and other related products sold at Kroger could endanger your health. Read the rest to see which items you should throw away immediately.
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There have been several recent reminders related to food and research.
Presentation of food security is an important process that does not end when an item is wrapped and shipped in a store. In many cases, regulators will only discover potential health risks after the products have been placed on shelves that require a reminder, including some that took place during the summer.
On August 26, the FDA announced that Van Law Food Products Inc. had issued a voluntary recall of hisWhole Foods 365 organic creamy Caesar Caesar. The agency said the productcontained soy and wheat, which are known common allergens which were not listed on the label. The reminder notice warned that some people may have a "serious or fatal allergic reaction" if they consumed the dressing.
The agency published another public opinion a few days later, announcing on August 29 that PennsylvaniaKeswick Creamery had initiated a reminder on 10 types of cheese. In this case, the companypulled the articles from the shelves After discovering, they could potentially be contaminated by dangerousListeria monocytogenes bacteria. Keswick Creamery warned customers not to consume the products and to throw them immediately and to contact the company for a full refund.
And on September 17, the United States Food and Inspection Safety Service (FSIS) announced that Valley International Cold Storage Acquisition, LLC, LLC, had published a reminder about Texas International Cold Storage22,061 pounds of his frozen beef products. Despite being labeled as "healthy Korean style power bowls", customer complaints led the company to discover that packaged meals contained aChicken -based product Made with unsuccessful milk, which is a known food allergen. And now, officials warn against another potential risk linked to food.
Kroger has made a reminder on several dips and plant products ready to eat.
On September 20, the FDA announced that the Ghga company had made a recall for a wide range ofSedictive and plant products ready to eat Sold for Kroger supermarkets. The 25 articles affected include guacamole, salsa, pico de Gallo, dip in beans in Mexican layers and mango salsa, as well as diced red onion, dice pepper and white onion, the Asparagus, the sautéed mixture of mushrooms, the topper of steak, "Hamburger Fixin '," and more. The full list can be viewed in the FDA advice.AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB
The company distributed the products recalled in Kroger on the locations on September 11, 2022, which were sold in store and store production sections in Alabama, South Carolina and Georgia. Although the date of sale of the items has expired and that they are no longer on the shelves, the agency fears that consumers can always have them in their refrigerators.
The company published the recall after discovering potentially dangerous contamination.
According to the FDA opinion, GHGA published the recall after a laboratory test has returned positive forListeria monocytogenes On a single product sample on September 16. But infections can be "serious and sometimes fatal" in young children, the elderly and any immunocompromised person or cause false strata and mortinagers among any pregnant person.
Here is what you need to do if you have bought one of the dips or vegetable items that are part of the recall.
Fortunately, the FDA reports that no one has pointed out to recall diseases so far. GHGA also informed Kroger to ensure that the remaining affected products have been removed from the shelves.
If you have one of the dips or vegetables ready to eat that are part of the recall, the agency advises you to throw them immediately or return them to Kroger for a full refund. Customers with questions can also contact GHGA customer service by calling the number indicated in the FDA advice.