Supermarket operator Giant Food said it has stopped selling some products of T. Marzetti after the company announced a recall. The recall comes following reports that some food products might be contaminated with salmonella.
According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, these products include a brand of chips and another of dips.
Products that are subject to recall areT. Marzetti Southwest Ranch and Spinach Veggie Dips being sold in 340-gram containers at stores across the country, and Hawaiian Kettle Style Sweet Maui Onion potato chips, sold in 908-g packages at Costco stores.
Reports state that no illness has been reported until now.
Salmonella-contaminated foods can cause uneasiness and trigger fever, headache, nausea, and vomiting. People who have weak immune systems can be hospitalized following salmonellosis and in severe cases, death.
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