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Public Health Alert issued for various Lil Hatch products

A public health alert has been issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Interstate Food Products, LLC for 5 different Lil Hatch foods in 7 states. The alert was issued after the FDA found Listeria monocytogenes in retail samples of Jalapeno Cream Cheese Dip. As the FDA explains, they’re “concerned with the firm’s ongoing Listeria monocytogenes contamination.


Public Health Alert Products:

Jalapeno Cream Cheese Dip (13.5 oz or 14 oz)

Queso (13.5 oz)

Spicy Queso (13.5 oz)

Roasted Chili Salsa Medium (13.5 oz)

Roasted Chili Salsa Hot (13.5 oz)


The products were sold in Whole Foods stores in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. They were also sold in Natural Grocers and Lucky Market stores in Denver, Colorado. If you purchased the above products, you should throw them away or return them to your retailer for a refund. Customers experiencing any symptoms related to Listeria should contact their health care provider.

It’s clear based on this latest post from the FDA, that they’ve made it their goal to remove Lil Hatch products from store shelves until they’re certain that this Listeria outbreak in Lil Hatch products has been squashed. 

For the full health alert from the FDA on Lil Hatch products, click here: