A biopolymer found in the exoskeletons of crustaceans like shrimp and crabs has been found to reduce Salmonella cells.
Sabra wants you eating hummus like Christopher Walken wants cowbell.
Don’t worry, there’s no pumpkin spice here.
Hundreds of students at Swarthmore College had signed a petition requesting that the Israeli hummus no longer be sold on campus.
(JTA) — The student government at University of California voted to approve a resolution calling for the removal of Sabra brand hummus from campus dining services. The resolution passed last week by a vote of 13 to 0 with one abstention. The removal was requested because the Sabra company’s joint owner is the Israel-based Strauss…
(JTA) — The Sabra Dipping Company has issued a voluntary recall of some of its hummus and other Middle Eastern spreads over a possible listeria contamination.
Sabra wants to create a law that would set standards for what can be called hummus. Never mind the fact that they sell ‘guacamole hummus.’
Chickpeas have been swept into the debate over Israel’s occupation of Palestinian lands. As the protests played out in the middle east, Sabra aimed its product at the American mainstream.
While Roasted Red Pepper hummus may get more press time, you might be surprised to learn that sun dried tomato is sneaking up as the next big thing in flavored hummus. We saw it everywhere. Deeply hued, this rich and tangy red tomato hummus blend wowed us—in more ways than one. In general, we were confused whether to consider it hummus, given that it didn’t look, smell, or taste like the chickpea stuff. But, as we all had to admit, it did taste pretty good.
If you’re a hummus fiend — which I proudly am — you might have noticed a change in your grocer’s selection of hummus in the past couple of years. Suddenly, your options are no longer limited to just pine nuts or no pine nuts.