Goldfish cracker lovers may need a break from the snack because they fear that an ingredient may be contaminated with Salmonella.
The manufacturer of small, golden crackers, Pepperidge Farm, announced on Monday that they would remember four different flavors of their product.
In a statement published by the company on their website, the company stated that one of its ingredient stocks alerted them to whey powder in a condiment used in four flavors was the subject of a recall campaign. 19659003] "Pepperidge Farm initiated an investigation and, with great caution, voluntarily recalls four varieties of Goldfish crackers," the statement reads. "The products have been distributed throughout the United States, no diseases have been reported and no other Pepperidge Farm products in the United States are subject to this recall."
A company spokesperson did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
The four products include Flavor Blasted Xtra Cheddar, Flavor Blasted Sour Cream & Onion, Goldfish Baked with Whole Grain Xtra Cheddar and Goldfish Mix Xtra Cheddar + Pretzel
The Pepperidge Farm urges customers to not eat the snacks when they take them bought. The company recommends disposing of the recalled or returning snacks. They offer a refund on their website.
This is not the first product containing whey powder that has recently been recalled. A number of Ritz Cracker's products were voluntarily recalled after an ingredient used was possibly contaminated with Salmonella.
Mondelēz Global LLC, the company that produces the snacks, announced 16 products on Saturday – including Ritz Cheese Cracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bitz Cheese – are being pulled out of store shelves in the US, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands Whey powder with which they are made has a "potential presence" of the infection.
Although no diseases have been reported in connection with the products (19659003) RELATED: Ritz crackers products are recalled about Salmonella's concerns
"Consumers who have these products should not eat them and should all Throw away any products they might have, "said Mondelēz Global.
Anyone who has any questions or concerns about the recall can contact the company at 800-679-1791.
"Most individuals infected with salmonella develop diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps 12 to 72 hours after infection," said the CDC. "The disease usually lasts 4 to 7 days and most people recover without treatment."