Hummus Sold at Target and Walmart Is Being Recalled

The products could be contaminated with listeria

When hunger strikes, hummus is usually a healthy snack option—unless it's contaminated with listeria, of course.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, Knoxville-based company House of Thaller is pulling 10-ounce packages of hummus from shelves at major retailers after a supplier notified the company that one hummus ingredient could possibly have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

The brands affected include Fresh Foods Market, Lantana and Marketside, and were sold at grocery retailers including Walmart and Target.

No illness has been reported thus far; however, if you've purchased these products in the past couple of months in the U.S. or Canada, refer to this list before diving in with those pita chips.