7-Eleven has issued several voluntary recalls due to a contamination in foods produced by LSG Sky Chefs Supply Chain Solutions, Inc. The Irving, TX company produces products for 7-Eleven stores in the Buffalo, NY, Pittsburgh, PA, and Cleveland, OH. The 7-Eleven Chicken and Hummus Sandwich is being recalled due to a possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination in the hummus. The hummus is from Sabra Dipping Company, which issued a nationwide recall of their hummus due to the same contamination.
7-Eleven issued a statement saying they pulled all Chicken with Hummus sandwiches off the shelves at affected stores. The company also says no other products were affected by this recall. The hummus on the sandwich may have been contaminated with a common but potentially deadly Listeria monocytogenes. Consumers who purchased the 7-Eleven Chicken and Hummus Sandwich, UPC 0 52548 58888 5, at affected stores between November 18-20, 2016 are asked to return it to a 7-Eleven store for a full refund. The recall affects about 389 stores. The company reports that to date, no reports of illnesses have been made in associated with this sandwich. For more information, please contact LSG Sky Chefs Supply Chain Solutions, Inc. during normal business hours or visit their website for a complete list of stores affected by the recall.
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