Several brands of hummus sold at Walmart, Target, and other grocery stores has been recalled due to a risk of listeria contamination.
House of Thaller, a company based out of Knoxville, Tennessee, is voluntarily recalling 10 ounce packages of "hummus with pine nut topping." An ingredient supplier notified the company that "their ingredient has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes."
The three hummus brands (Fresh Foods Market, Lantana, and Marketside) were distributed across the country from April 18, 2017 to June 13, 2017. According to the FDA, the products are distributed in a 10 ounce, clear, and round plastic cup with a clear or colored plastic lid.
Hummus recall due to listeria contamination
House of Thaller claimed that none of the company's other brands were affected by the recall.
"We are dedicated to our customer satisfaction and will be refilling store shelves as quickly as possible," the company said.
Anybody who may have purchased the products should throw it away. For a refund, you are asked to contact the House of Thaller Customer Service Center at 855-215-5142.