Stop & Shop supermarkets are pulling Szeged Hungarian Paprika from its shelves over concern that it may contain peanut traces despite not listing peanuts on the label.
According to a news release from the supermarket chain, the recall targets 5-ounce paprika bottles marked with the UPC of 7800600010 and lot number 091617PAHU05PS.
No illnesses have been reported. Customers who purchased the affected paprika should throw out the bottles and bring back their receipts to receive refunds. The paprika is safe for people who are not allergic to peanuts.
Stop & Shop recalled ground cumin earlier this month.
More information is available through Spice-Co, the company that produces the paprika, by calling 732-499-9070. Customers can also call Stop & Shop customer service at 800-767-7772 or learn more online.