Dukkah is a dip in Egyptian cuisine made from herbs, nuts and spices. It is commonly served with bread or fresh vegetables.

Affected products include 2.5 oz-containers of Jansai Valley Brand Dukkah with a best-by date of Aug. 28, 2020. The dukkah is packaged in circular tin cans with a clear lid labeled “Jansal Valley Dukkah.” The cases contain six 2.5-ounce containers each. Lot code of individual cans is L2034198, lot code of case is L2033968.

Due to the long shelf-life, FDA is concerned that some of the recalled dukkah may still be on consumers’ shelves.

“Consumers who have purchased 2.5 ounce packages of Jansal Valley Dukkah, or your if company is in possession of it please destroy the above mentioned product,” the company said in the recall notice.

To date, there have been no injuries or other adverse events associated with the recall, according to the FDA.

Source: KPLC 7

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