Consumers who shop at Walmart are being warned to check their pantries. As WFMJ reports, two spice mixes sold by the retail chain—Great Value Mild Taco Seasoning Mix and HEB Taco Seasoning Mix Reduced Sodium—have been recalled due to Salmonella concerns.

Salmonellosis is a food-borne illness caused by Salmonella bacteria. It's normally thought of as spreading through eggs, milk, or meat, but pantry items are also vulnerable to salmonella contamination.

In this case, the potential contamination has been traced back to a single lot of cumin produced by Mincing Spice Co. Both taco seasonings mentioned above contain the spice, and Williams Foods LLC has issued a voluntary recall of the products.

The U.S. is in the middle of a deadly Salmonella outbreak. According to the CDC, 768 people across 48 states have fallen ill with the disease, with 122 patients in the hospital and two dead. These outbreaks have been connected to backyard poultry and pig ear dog treats. So far, no reported cases of salmonellosis have been connected to the recalled taco seasoning.

To heed the precautionary recall, look for items with the below dates and numbers in your kitchen at home:

Great Value Mild Taco Seasoning Mix, 1 oz, Item Number: 564829444, UPC: 0 78742 24572 0, Best if used by 07/08/21, Best if used by 07/09/21

HEB Taco Seasoning Mix Reduced Sodium, 1.25 oz, Item Number: 050215, UPC: 0 41220 79609 0, Better by 07/10/21, Better by 07/11/21, Better by 07/15/21

[h/t WFMJ]