General Mills Recalls Their Flour (Again)
Check your pantries before you decide to do any baking because General Mills has expanded their recall of their flour products.
According to the CDC, the recall comes after more people have reported getting E. Coli. The total number of people who have been affected is now at 46. The original recall started in December and the most recent illness reported was from the end of June.
The affected flour brands include Gold Medal, Wondra, Signature Kitchens, and some Betty Crocker cake mixes. The recalled products have production dates from November 2015 through February 10th of this year. You can see a full list of the recalled items on the General Mills website here.
People are advised not to use or consume the flour. Throw out the flour or you can contact Consumer Relations 1-800-230-8103 for more information and/or a replacement coupon.
Further information can be found on the CDC website.
Symptoms of E. Coli include
...fever, abdominal pain, pale skin tone, fatigue and irritability, small, unexplained bruises or bleeding from the nose and mouth, and decreased urination."