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    NEWS: Recalled Hummus and Dip Could Pose Listeria Risk
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    atti_editor posted:
    Read this article if you have recently purchased hummus from brand names: Target Archer Farms, Giant Eagle, Trader Joe's and Tryst.

    No illnesses have been reported but the above article will tell you what to do if you have some of these hummus brands in your fridge.

    Exposure to listeria bacteria when pregnant can result in premature delivery, serious infection, or in some cases, stillbirth. Some women who are infected may only experience mild flu-like symptoms. Here is more information on food poisoning during pregnancy and what foods you should avoid or take extra precautions with.

    Best wishes,
    Atti
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