Consumer Alert: Publix Recalls T. Marzetti Veggie Dips Due to Salmonella Contamination

Luckily there have been no reported cases of illness yet but since some people mistake mild Salmonella poisoning symptoms for a bad flu or bad eating habits it’s possible that people have been contaminated but don’t know it.

From the Publix Website recall page:

The T. Marzetti Company has announced a recall of a limited number of veggie dip and chip dip products sold under the brand name of T. Marzetti. The T. Marzetti Company was notified by one of their suppliers of a recall of an ingredient due to potential Salmonella contamination.

Additional information can be obtained from the T. Marzetti Co by calling 1-800-427-0147 for up-to-date information about this consumer alert.

The following products are carried in the Publix produce department:

* T. Marzetti Southwest Ranch Veggie Dip, 15.5 ounce (UPC 70200 52004) Best By dates: APR2010F, APR2810F, MAY1610F, MAY3110F, JUN0610F, JUN1410F, JUN1910F
* T. Marzetti Spinach Veggie Dip, 15 ounce (UPC 70200 52059) Best By dates: APR1910F, MAY0910F, JUN0710F

If you have purchased any of the products listed above please discontinue use of the product immediately. Take the container or proof of purchase back to the store for a refund.

Good for Publix getting in front of this, and if you’re a veggie dip fan check the labels carefully.

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