This popular dip has been recalled in 23 states, so throw it out if you have it
The FDA this week announced a hommus recall involving a popular hommus dip from Cedar Mediterranean Foods. The reason behind the recall is that the product contains pine nuts, but doesn’t list them as an ingredient on the container. In severe cases, individuals with tree nut allergies, or even individuals who are incredibly sensitive to tree nuts, can experience serious side effects. In some rare cases, this type of allergy can even be life-threatening. To date, there have been no reports of adverse reactions stemming from the hommus.
Meanwhile, it’s worth noting that this recall isn’t as jarring as a recent nut recall we’ve seen. A few weeks ago, you might recall a cashew recall stemming from the fact that some packages might contain shards of glass.
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October 29, 2021 at 02:09PM