People.com Lifestyle Food Hummus Sold Under 10 Different Brands Recalled Over Listeria Concerns The recalled brands include Pita Pal, Bucee's, Fresh Thyme, and more. By Rachel DeSantis Rachel DeSantis Instagram Twitter Rachel DeSantis is a writer/reporter covering music at PEOPLE. She has held various roles since joining the brand in 2019, and was previously a member of the human interest team. As a music writer, Rachel interviews everyone from rock-and-roll legends to up-and-coming stars for magazine feature stories and digital news stories. Rachel is based in New York City, and previously worked as an entertainment reporter at the New York Daily News after getting her start as an Entertainment Weekly intern. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. People Editorial Guidelines Published on July 17, 2019 01:22 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Ten brands of hummus distributed throughout the U.S. have been recalled over listeria concerns, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration said. The Houston-based company Pita Pal issued a voluntary recall of its hummus products after an FDA inspection found Listeria monocytogenes at its manufacturing facility. The chickpea-based dip is also sold under the brand names Bucee’s, Fresh Thyme, Harris Teeter, Lantana, Lidl, Reasor’s, Roundy’s, Schnucks and 7-Select. The FDA said that no listeria was found in any Pita Pal products, and that no illnesses have been reported, but the hummus was recalled anyway “out of an abundance of caution.” FDA Finds Harmful Bacteria at 21 Percent of Ice Cream Manufacturers Inspected Across the Country Pita Pal said the recalled products were made between May 30 and June 25, and that customers are encouraged to return them to their place of purchase for a full refund. Listeria can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, elderly people and people with weakened immune systems, according to the FDA. RELATED VIDEO: Perdue Recalls Chicken Nuggets After Customers Report Finding Wood Pieces in Them In healthy people, it can cause symptoms like high fever, severe headaches, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, and can also lead to miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women. The organism also prompted a recall of avocados in March, as well as various fruits and vegetables in July.