Knoxville (WVLT) - Four snack dips packaged in East Tennessee and sold throughout the south are being recalled.
One of the dips tested positive for the deadly bacteria Listeria.
Kroger pulled the dip from shelves and three others were also pulled as a precaution.
A Kroger spokesman says there are no reports of anyone becoming ill from the dip.
Inspectors discovered Listeria in the 7.5 ounce containers of Kroger smoked salmon dip with a use date of November 4, 2007.
The recall also includes Cajun Salmon Dip, and Southern Style Crab Dip with the same use by date.
The last dip being recalled is the Sun Dried Tomato Crab Dip with a use by date of October 24, 2007.
If you have any of the dips, you can take them back to Kroger for a refund.
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