Kroger Recalls Store Brand Dip for Salmonella Contamination

Many of you have been following the HVP food recall or Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein recall that has been coming out in the news this week. Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) paste and powder distributed by Basic Food Flavors, Inc was contaminated with Salmonella and has caused a nation wide recall on a variety of snack food items, soups, dips, dressings and seasonings.

Kroger announced that is is recalling Kroger private label brand dill dip.

Other companies like McCormick have issued recalls on dips, dressings, and soups.  Look for recall notifications located at your local grocery stores and return recalled items to them for a full refund.

There are a lot of products and a lot of companies involved in the HVP recall and the numbers of affected food products expected to grow over the next few weeks.  Check out the FDA website for products containing Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein recall page for updated recalled products and companies involved. 

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