You may want to check your pantry this morning. Kroger grocery chain is recalling four popular cooking spices you may have in your kitchen. This is due to a possible salmonella contamination. Here’s what you should look for:
- 12 ounce containers of Bac’n Buds
- 17.1 ounce containers of Coarse Ground Black Pepper
- 18.3 ounce containers of Ground Cinnamon
- 24.7 ounce containers of Garlic Powder.
A sample of garlic powder tested by the FDA at a store in South Carolina came back positive for salmonella. All four seasonings were recalled because they were produced on the same equipment. If eaten, one could get sick. This recall includes all of Kroger’s subsidiary labelled stores as well like Food 4 Less, Pay Less Supermarkets, and Turkey Hill which can all be found here in Indiana. Kroger is headquartered in Cincinnati.
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