Taco Bell Cheese Dip, Goldfish Crackers Recalled

Over botulism fears and salmonella fears, respectively
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 25, 2018 7:07 PM CDT
Taco Bell Cheese Dip Recalled Over Botulism Fears
The recalled dip is shown.   (FDA)

If you've got Taco Bell "Salsa Con Queso" mild cheese dip in your house, you might have to toss it. Kraft Heinz has issued a voluntary recall for about 7,000 cases of the dip due to signs of product separation that could allow for the growth of bacteria that can cause botulism, per the FDA, which has details on how to tell if your product is affected by the recall. The news comes shortly after certain varieties of Pepperidge Farm's Goldfish crackers were voluntarily recalled due to salmonella fears; again, no illnesses have been reported, and the FDA has details on the products affected. (Other recent recalls include Ritz crackers and Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal.)

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