Some Ritz products recalled nationwide over possible salmonella contamination

Some Ritz products recalled nationwide over possible salmonella contamination

Some Ritz products recalled nationwide over possible salmonella contamination

Mondelez Global LLC announced today a voluntary recall in the United States, including Puerto Rico & the U.S. Virgin Islands, of certain RitzCracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bits product.

- The company that creates Ritz Cracker products has issued a voluntarily recall in the US due to a possible Salmonella scare.

However, consumers should discard any of these products they may have, the company said.

Among the Ritz products affected are Ritz Bits Cheese of varying sizes and different variations of Ritz Cracker sandwiches, including those contained in a variety pack with other products.

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There have been no complaints of illness reported to Mondelez in connection with the crackers, .

Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

If you have any concerns or seek more information on the recall, you can contact Mondelez Global at 1-844-366 -1171. The full list of recalled lots is on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency website.

Salmonella is a bacteria that causes diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps between 12 and 72 hours after infection.

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