Potato chips made and sold in Ohio recalled because of Salmonella concerns

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TIFFIN, Ohio (WKBN) – An Ohio potato chip company is recalling some of its chips over salmonella concerns.

Ballreich Snack Food Co., of Tiffin, is recalling packages of BAR-B-Q potato chips after the potential for contamination was discovered following routine testing by the seasoning provider.

The product is sold in 1.5 oz., 2.75 oz. and 7 oz. bags, and clearly marked with a “Sell by Date” of the following, printed on the front of the bag.

  • 10/18/21
  • 10/25/21
  • 11/01/21

No illnesses have been reported to date. If any consumers have concerns about illness in connection with this product, they should contact a physician immediately.

The chips were distributed at stores in Northwest, Northeast, Southwest and Central Ohio and in parts of Indiana.

Consumers who have purchased the Ballreich’s BAR-B-Q chips with any of the above sell by dates, are urged to not consume the recalled product and to contact Ballreich Snack Food Company during the business hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1-800-323-2447 or email at chips@ballreich.com or use the website for product replacement or refund.

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