FDA Recalls Mrs. Grissom's Salads Cheese Spreads Due To "Undeclared Anchovies"

If you bought some cheese spread from Mrs. Grissom’s Salads, and are allergic to or just don’t like anchovies, the FDA has some bad news for you.

According to the FDA notice, Mrs. Grissom’s Salads is recalling all of the following cheese products because they contain Worcestershire sauce, which is made with anchovies. The company forgot to mention this on its labeling.

The anchovy-rich cheese products:

Cheese products packaged under the Mrs. Grissom’s brand:

  • Premium Cheese Spread, packaged in 11 oz, 24 oz, 48 oz and 5 lb plastic tubs
  • Hot Jalapeno Cheese Spread or Dip, packaged in 11 oz plastic tubs
  • Original Recipe Pimento Cheese Salad, packaged in 11 oz and 5 lb plastic tubs
  • Jalapeno, Hot Cheese Dip, packaged in 8 oz plastic containers
  • Gar-licious, Garlic & Onion Flavor Cheese Dip, packaged in 8 oz plastic containers
  • Cheese n’Cheese, Double Cheese Dip, packaged in 8 oz plastic containers
  • Bac’n Cheese, Bacon Flavor Cheese Dip, packaged in 8 oz plastic containers
  • Ragin’ Cajun, Spicy Cheese Dip, packaged in 8 oz plastic containers

Cheese products packaged under the Grace’s HomeStyle Brand:

  • Pimento Sandwich Spread, packaged in 11 oz and 24 oz plastic tubs
  • Hot Jalapeno Pimento Spread or Dip, packaged in 11 oz plastic tubs

No incidents have been reported, but people with allergies or religious, ethical, or taste objections to anchovies should watch out for these products. On the other hand, if you like cheese and anchovies, bonanza!

Mrs. Grissom’s Salads Announces Voluntary Product Recall Due To Undeclared Anchovies [FDA]
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