Hummus Products, Walnuts Recalled for Possible Bacterial Contamination

Lansal, Inc. is pulling its hummus and dip products off the shelf and Sherman Produce is recalling walnuts after concerns about possible bacterial contamination.

There are concerns the products could be tainted with Listeria monocytogenes, which could cause serious and even deadly infections for some.

The Lansal, Inc. recalled products include Target Archer Farms hummus products, Trader Joe’s dips and edamame hummus, Giant Eagle hummus products and Tryst Yellow Lentil Hummus with Sunflower Seeds and Apricots. 

Do not eat it these products if you purchased them. Throw the product away or return it to the store where purchased for a full refund. 

If you have questions about this recall, you can contact Lansal, Inc. toll free at 877-550-0694 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST, 7 Days a week.

For all the details on the Lansal, Inc. recall, click here. To see images of the recalled product labels, click here

Sherman Produce says walnuts packaged in 25 lb bulk cardboard boxes and Schnucks brand 10 oz trays with UPC 00338390032 with best by dates 03/15 and 04/15 could potentially contaminated with Listeria.

The walnuts were distributed in Missouri and Illinois from March until May 2014. If you purchased these recalled nuts, do not eat them. They advise throwing them away or returning them to the store where they were purchased.

If you have a question you can call Sherman Produce at 314-231-2896, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST weekdays. 

For details on the walnut recall, click here. For images of the recalled walnuts, click here