Sabra Issues National Hummus Recall Due to Listeria Contamination

The company has recalled over 30,000 cases of hummus.



It seems listeria has been everywhere lately: In our spinach, in our frozen Amy’s pizzas — and now in our hummus. Sabra just issued a national recall of over 30,000 cases of hummus due to listeria contamination, USA Today reports.

The listeria contamination was discovered during routine testing and, as of now, there have been no reported cases of illness. The recall applies to five stock unit (SKU) numbers of Sabra’s Classic Hummus. Here are the codes, found on the top of each package, to look for:

040822011143/300067 – Sabra Classic, 10 oz. – 3-059/Best before May 11; Sabra Classic 10 oz. – 3-060/Best before May 15

040822014687/300074 – Sabra Classic, 30 oz. – 3-059/Best before May 11

040822342049/301216 – Sabra Classic Without Garnish, 32 oz. – 3-059/Best before May 

11040822017497/301290 – Sabra Classic, 17 oz. Six Pack – 3-058/Best before May 11 

040822017497/301290 – Sabra Classic, 17 oz. Six Pack – 3-059/Best before May 11

040822342209/301283 – Hummus Dual Pack Classic/Garlic – 3-058/Best before May 11

If you find you’ve purchased a contaminated container of hummus, throw it away or return it to the store for a refund.

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