Have any Sabra hummus sitting in your fridge? You may need to throw it out. Sabra has issued a recall of about 2,100 cases of its 10-ounce Classic Hummus over a possible salmonella contamination. No one in the US has reported that they've become sick from Sabra's hummus, but it was distributed throughout sixteen different states, so the company's not taking any chances.
Here's how to spot some bad dip: they are 10-ounce containers of the brand's Classic Hummus were produced with a “Best Before” date of April 26th.
Sabra said you can take your hummus back to the store you purchased it from for a refund or you can stop by sabrahummusrecall.com for details on getting a coupon for some quality dip. [Delish]