A butter-based product from California that was tested by the FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency found that the bacteria that make up the buttery goodness could make the product unsafe to eat.
The product was recalled because the bacteria were found in the products samples.
The company said the bacteria can be present in the butter, which is made from a mix of flour, milk and oils.
The FDA said the products contained bacteria, but did not specify which ones.
The products recall was the result of an investigation that began in late July, according to the EPA.
The agency said it received a report in early August that the products had been contaminated by bacteria.
The products are sold in a variety of locations and retailers, including Whole Foods, Kroger and Safeway.
The EPA said the agency is investigating whether there is a link between the bacteria and the recall.