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General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination
General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination


Making treats with Gold Medal flour this week? It might be ideal to check the date before you prepare. 

On Monday, General Mills declared a deliberate review of its Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour for conceivable E. coli O26 tainting. 

The review applies to five-pound packs stepped with a "superior whenever utilized by" date of September 6, 2020. No different packs with different dates are influenced. 

No diseases connected to the item have been affirmed at this point, General Mills said. 

This strain of E. coli for the most part sickens individuals inside three to four days of introduction, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Its manifestations incorporate looseness of the bowels and spasms, and patients normally recuperate inside seven days. 

The CDC cautioned shoppers in May around a few flours that could be sullied with E. coli O26. The review included flours from King Arthur, Pillsbury and ALDI's Baker's Corner. At any rate 21 individuals from nine states were tainted between December 2018 and May, however the episode was canceled in July.

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