November 6, 2007: Smoked Salmon Dip Recall Expanded for Possible Listeria Contamination

Expanding an October 29 recall, an additional 11,177 pounds of Kroger brand dip are being recalled for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination...

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Originally, 529 pounds of dip had been recalled.

The recalled products include smoked salmon dip, Cajun smoked salmon dip and chipotle smoked salmon dip. The seafood dips, manufactured by House of Thaller, are sold in 7.5 ounce containers.

Kroger dips are sold Kroger Stores, Dillon Stores and King Soopers in 20 states.

For more information about Listeria, see About Listeria on this website. For more information about the Kroger dip recall, see Seafood Dips Recalled for Listeria Contamination.

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