Ballreich Snack Food Company recalled BAR-B-Q seasoned Potato Chips due to a risk of Salmonella contamination.

The recalled BAR-B-Q Potato Chips were sold at retail stores and convenience stores in the Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, Central Ohio, Southern Michigan, and Northeast Indiana.

The recall involves 1.5-oz, 2.75-oz, and 7-oz bags that are marked with a “Sell by Date” of 10/18/21, 10/25/21, or 11/01/21.

No illnesses were reported. The potential risk of Salmonella contamination was discovered in a routine test by the seasoning provider, according to the recall notice.

Ballreich Snack Food is asking consumers who bought the recalled BAR-B-Q Potato Chips to contact the company for a replacement or a refund by calling 1-(800)-323-2447 or email at

Ballreich BAR-B-Q Potato Chips Recalled for Salmonella Risk

Source: Ballreich Snack Food Company Recalls Bar-B-Q Seasoned Potato Chips Because of Possible Health Risk

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