CINCINNATI — Kroger, the parent company of King Soopers and City Market supermarkets, has recalled four of its store-branded spices because of possible salmonella contamination.
The affected products are Kroger ground cinnamon, Kroger garlic powder, Kroger coarse ground black pepper and Kroger Bac’n Buds.
A sample of Kroger garlic powder at a store in South Carolina was tested by the Food and Drug Administration and found to be contaminated with salmonella, Kroger said.
The recall is specifically for:
*Kroger ground cinnamon, UPC code 1111070034, sell by code: May 19 18PS4, size 18.3 ounces
*Kroger garlic powder, UPC code 1111070039, sell by code: May 18 17PS4, size 24.7 ounces
*Kroger coarse ground black pepper, UPC code 1111070041, sell by code: May 18 18PS4 and May 19 18PS4, size 17.1 ounces
*Kroger bac’n buds, UPC code 1111070025, sell by code: May 20 18PS4, size 12 ounces.
Any consumers with those products are asked to return them to the store for a full refund or replacement. Anyone with questions are asked to call Kroger at 800-576-4377.