Westchester-based Sabra Dipping Company has voluntarily recalled many of its hummus products because of possible Listeria contamination.
The products were distributed to U.S. and Canadian retail outlets and have a “Best Before” date through Jan. 23, 2017, the FDA said.
Consumers who are concerned they purchased one of the recalled products can find the date on the lid of each package, and should throw out the potentially contaminated products.
Sabra, which is headquartered in White Plains, identified Listeria monocytogenes at one of its manufacturing facilities, according to the FDA.
Founded in Queens in 1986, Sabra Dipping Company is one of the top sellers of refrigerated dips and spreads and the producer of America's top-selling hummus.
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