BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Moby Dick House of Kabob has been cleared to sell its hummus again after a salmonella scare.

The State Health Department tells WJZ although the hummus has been cleared to sell again, it has not excluded it as the source of the outbreak.

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Last month, eight patients got sick in just a two-week span.

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Almost all of them reported eating at Moby Dick’s Kabob House.

Director of Operation at Moby Dick’s House of Kabob released a statement that said:

“The safety and health of customers is our number one concern. After being notified of a potential contamination, we immediately halted production and recalled all hummus in circulation.”

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Moby Dick House of Kabob hummus is produced and distributed from a licensed Food Processing Plant located in Hyattsville, Maryland.