After a string of recent recalls in major brands across the country, yet another big brand has recalled their products after a Salmonella contamination. According to Kroger, the grocery chain has recalled four store brand spices after the FDA found Salmonella in a packet of Kroger Garlic Powder in South Carolina.

The following products have been recalled:

  • Kroger Ground Cinnamon – UPC #1111070034 – 18.3 oz.
  • Kroger Garlic Powder – UPC #1111070039 -24.7 oz.
  • Kroger Coarse Ground Black Pepper – UPC #1111070041 – 17.1 oz.
  • Kroger Bac’n Buds – UPC #1111070025 – 12.0 oz.

The recall affects Kroger grocery stores in 31 states, the majority being in the south and midwest. No illnesses have been reported yet, however, if you have flu-like symptoms, nausea and vomiting, go to your doctor as a precaution. Anyone who has recently purchased any of the above products should return them to the store for a refund or replacement.

For more information on the recall, check out Kroger’s public statement.

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