Certain Ritz products recalled over salmonella concerns

Alicia Cross
July 23, 2018

There have not been any complaints of illness at this point, according to the company, who asks consumers to throw out any of these products.

Mondelez Global LLC is voluntarily recalling certain Ritz cracker products in the US over salmonella concerns. The products are made by Mondelēz Canada.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Saturday it is recalling Ritz bits sandwich crackers and No Name chicken nuggets for risk of salmonella contamination.

A number of food recalls have been issued for goods sold in Atlantic Canada.

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Mondelēz Canada recalled the Christie brand Ritz Bits due to a recall in another country.

Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems. Symptoms of salmonella include fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

Consumers are advised to discard any products they may have.

This recall is limited exclusively to the products listed in the grid below, available at retail stores nationwide. Any questions should be directed to the company at 1-844-366-1171.

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