FDA Recalls Sabra Hummus Due To Fears Of Salmonella Contamination
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a recall order on Sabra hummus due to concerns about the risk of salmonella contamination.
Released in late March, the Sabra Hummus Recall covers the “Classic” version of the popular Sabra hummus brand.
According to the recall notice from the FDA, more than 2,000 Sabra Classic hummus are affected by the product recall.
Additionally, the recall order covers states where the said product is said to have been distributed and sold at stores and supermarkets.
The affected Sabra Classic hummus products are said to have been sold in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Indiana, Mississippi, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, New Jersey, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
Authorities from the FDA warned the members of the general public that the affected Sabra “Classic” products are not fit for human consumption and should not be eaten at any cost.
They also said that if a customer has bought one from a store, the hummus product should be returned to them in order to receive a full refund. Customers can also contact Sabra and file a refund request online.
Sabra has promised to work with the FDA in order to resolve the issues found in their hummus product.
However, according to the company, there were no reports of its customers getting sick after they have consumed the company’s hummus product.
Is My Sabra Classic Hummus Part Of The Recall?
If you have bought Sabra Classic Hummus just recently, make sure to check for the following to know whether the product you have bought is part of the Sabra Hummus Recall.
According to the authorities, your Sabra Classic Hummus is part of the recent recall if:
- It has a UPC number of 300067;
- It has a date of manufacturing indicating February 10, 2021;
- It also indicates that it has been made between 6:00 PM and 12:00 AM of the aforementioned manufacturing date;
- It has a best before-date indication of April 26, 2021.
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Sabra Dipping Company, LLC, simply referred to as Sabra in this feature, is a food company that focuses on producing Middle Eastern-inspired food items.
The company is known for its hummus and guacamole product offerings.
Headquartered in White Plains, New York, Sabra is co-owned by the Strauss Group and behemoth PepsiCo.
Editor’s Note on Sabra Hummus Recall 2021:
This feature is aimed to give you the latest news regarding the FDA recall of Sabra’s Classic Hummus product.
Authorities ordered the recall due to concerns of salmonella contamination on a select batch of Sabra Classic Hummus products.
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