Ritz and Goldfish crackers are among the growing list of recalls due to possible salmonella contamination. All of the recalled items contain whey powder that was produced by Associated Milk Producers, Inc.
According to CNN.com, the producer voluntarily recalled the FDA-regulated product.
No illnesses have been reported yet but that doesn't mean the recalled foods are safe to eat. Consumers should check their cabinets and throw out any products on the recall list.
Here is what's been recalled so far:
- Pepperidge Farm Goldfish
- Ritz crackers
- Swiss Rolls
- Hungry Man Chipotle BBQ Sauced Boneless Chicken Wyngz
See the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s public health alert here.
Please take a moment to read this important message regarding four varieties of Goldfish crackers and our voluntary recall decision. For more information visit: https://t.co/Z3NHVJ2k65 pic.twitter.com/tmYvbgAU1I— Pepperidge Farm (@PepperidgeFarm) July 23, 2018
Mondelēz Global LLC announced a voluntary recall in the United States, Puerto Rico & the U.S. Virgin Islands, of certain Ritz Cracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bits product. For a full list of affected products please visit: https://t.co/q5CvZN9VTb— Ritz crackers (@Ritzcrackers) July 21, 2018
#Recall Alert: Several popular kids' snacks are being recalled due to salmonella risk. Pepperidge Farms is recalling 4 types of Goldfish Crackers because there is a chance whey powder used in the seasonings contains salmonella & some Ritz Crackers snacks are also being recalled due to salmonella risk. #ChildSafety #KidsSnacks #RecallAlert