If you've recently bought hummus or dip, check the label.
A new recall has been issued for some brands of hummus amid concerns about possible bacterial contamination.
Lansal, Inc. is pulling its hummus and dip products off the shelf.
Officials say the products could be tainted with listeria, which could cause serious and even fatal infections for some people.
Products affected include Target's Archer Farms hummus products, Trader Joe's 5 Layered Dip and Edamame hummus, and some Giant Eagle hummus products.
No illness has been reported in connection to the recall.
The affected products and UPC codes are available on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's website.
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