More than 7,000 cases of a popular Taco Bell cheese dip have been recalled after the company that produces the sauce announced there was a risk to consumers.

Kraft Heinz, makers of the Taco Bell Salsa Con Queso dip, pulled the cases for fears of botulism contamination, a potentially deadly bacteria that results from a product being exposed to a lack of oxygen and improper temperatures.

The announcement was made Tuesday, July 24, on the FDA's Safety / Recalls webpage. Kraft Heinz has two headquarters, one in Chicago and one in Pittsburgh, and  produces dairy products, snack foods, beverages and cheese.

For more information on the recall, click here.