Due to possible salmonella contamination, a variety of cheese dips and spreads sold at Kroger are being recalled.
Kroger says the recall is due to onions being an ingredient in the dips and spreads which may be contaminated with salmonella.
If you purchased any of the products listed below, between May 15, 2020, and August 6, 2020, Kroger says you should not consume them:
Murray’s Chads Smoked Gouda Dip, UPC 207083-00000
Murray’s Jalapeno Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 207181-00000
Murray’s Bacon Chive Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 207182-00000
Murray’s Southwestern Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 207185-00000
Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 207201-00000
Jarlsberg Cheese Spread, UPC 216407-20000
Pimento Cheese Dip, UPC 226481-60000
Deli Jarlsberg Jalapeno Dip, UPC 236293-70000
Deli Bacon Chive Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 236294-70000
Deli Southwestern Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 236295-70000
Deli Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 237462-40000
Jarlsberg Dip, UPC 247199-00000
Deli Jarlsberg Cheese Dip, UPC 286292-70000
Deli Applewood Cheddar Dip, UPC 286462-20000
Deli Buffalo Blue Cheese Spread, UPC 295095-50000
Deli Southwest Cheese Spread, UPC 295408-50000
Deli Ranch Cheese Spread, UPC 295409-50000
The recall affects Kroger stores located in Mississippi, the Greater Memphis area, Tennessee, Arkansas, Western Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, Eastern West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky, Southeastern Ohio, Texas, and Louisiana.
Kroger stated you can return the product to the store for a full refund.
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