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Kroger Salmon Dip Recalled for Listeria Contamination

Knoxville, Tennessee-based House of Thaller, Inc. recalled 529 pounds of Smoked Salmon Dip on October 29th for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.  According to the FDA recall release, the salmon dip was distributed in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia and was sold in Kroger-brand packaging.  The Georgia Department of Health identified the problem during routine retail sampling.

Product information from the recall release:

The Smoked Salmon Dip was packed in a clear plastic 7.5 ounce rectangular container and is marked with Use By 04NOV2007A LN3 and 04NOV2007B LN3. The company has also chosen to include the following products produced prior to and following the Smoked Salmon Dip (also in the clear plastic 7.5 ounce container):

Cajun Salmon Dip
287 pounds
Use By 04NOV2007A LN3 and 04NOV2007B LN3

Southern Crab Dip
945 pounds
Use By 04NOV2007A LN3 and 04NOV2007B LN3

Sundried Tomato Crab
516 pounds
Use By 24OCT2007A LN3
No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.