Sandwiches that may possibly contain adulterated hummus recalled by 7-Eleven

A batch of 7-Eleven sandwiches made available in 16 states, including Iowa, are being recalled due to fears that the Sabra hummus products they contain may be contaminated by listeria bacteria, a report of Food Safety News reported on November 24.

Reports said the 7-Eleven chicken-flavored sandwiches with October 17 to November 21 “best buy” dates were taken out of store shelves days after Sabra Dipping Co. LLC issued a recall to their hummus products that may have been adulterated with listeria. The recalled hummus was reportedly identified to be one of the ingredients used in the sandwiches, recall documents revealed. According to federal health authorities, consumers who have immune system problems, children, and the elderly may suffer serious infection if they accidentally consume food contaminated with listeria.

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