Hummus recall


(WJW)– Cedar’s Mediterranean Meals voluntarily recalled a few of its hummus over issues it could be improperly labeled and comprise pine nuts, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

The ten-ounce containers of Cedar’s Natural Mediterranean Hommus have been distributed in Ohio, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Oregon, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arizona, Colorado, Wisconsin, California, Maryland, New Mexico, Nevada, Missouri, Utah, New York, Maine, Kansas, Alabama, Tennessee and Montana.

The UPC code is 044115403028 and it has a promote by date of Dec. 12.

“Cedar’s initiated the recall when it was found {that a} mislabeled container did not scan on the level of sale,” the FDA mentioned.

These with tree nut allergic reactions or sensitivities run the chance of significant or life threatening reactions. There have been no confirmed diseases in reference to the product. | Hummus recall

Aila Slisco

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