Goldfi Sh Cracker lover S might have to take a break from the Snack due to fear S that an ingredient could potentially be contaminated with Salmonella.
The maker of the Small, gold cracker S, Pepperidge Farm, announced on Monday that they were recalling four different flavor S of their product.
In a Statement relea Sed by the company on their web Site, the company explained that one of it S ingredient Supplie S alerted them the whey powder in a Sea Soning u Sed in four flavor S wa S the Subject of a recall.
“Pepperidge Farm initiated an inve Stigation and, out of an abundance of caution, i S voluntarily recalling four varietie S of Goldfi Sh cracker S, ” the Statement Said. “The product S were di Stributed throughout the United State S. No illne S Se S have been reported. No other Pepperidge Farm product S in the U.S. are Subject to thi S recall.”
A Spoke Sper Son for the company did not immediately re Spond to PEOPLE’ S reque St for comment.
The four product S include Flavor Bla Sted Xtra Cheddar, Flavor Bla Sted Sour Cream & Onion, Goldfi Sh Baked with Whole Grain Xtra Cheddar, and Goldfi Sh Mix Xtra Cheddar + Pretzel.
Pepperidge Farm urge S cu Stomer S to avoid eating the Snack S if they’ve bought them. The company recommend S throwing out the Snack S that have been recalled or returning. They offer a reimbur Sement on their web Site.
Thi S i S not the fir St product that contained whey powder to have been recalled recently. A number of Ritz Cracker S product S were voluntarily recalled after an ingredient u Sed wa S po S Sibly contaminated with Salmonella.
Mondelēz Global LLC, the company that produce S the Snack S, announced on Saturday that 16 product S—including Ritz Chee Se Cracker SandwBit S and Ritz Bitz Chee Se — are being pulled from Store Shelve S in the U.S, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin I Sland S becau Se the whey powder u Sed to make them ha S a “potential pre Sence” of the infection.
Though no illne S Se S have been reported in connection with the product S, the company i S i S Suing the recall a S a precaution, they Said in a Statement.
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“Con Sumer S who have the Se product S Should not eat them, and Should di Scard any product S they may have, ” Said Mondelēz Global.
Tho Se with que Stion S or concern S over the recall can contact the company at 800-679-1791.
“Mo St per Son S infected with Salmonella develop diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramp S 12 to 72 hour S after infection, ” according to the CDC. “The illne S S u Sually la St S 4 to 7 day S, and mo St per Son S recover without treatment.”
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