Walk 11, 2019 — Publix, Winn-Dixie, and Meijer basic supply stores are caution customers not to eat certain parts of Pillsbury Best Unbleached All Purpose Flour because it may be sullied with salmonella bacteria.
So far, no sicknesses linked to the flour have been detailed.
The reviewed 5-pound bags carry a “Best in case Utilized By” date of April 19, 2020, and April 20, 2020. At Winn-Dixie and Meijer, the items carry UPC thing codes 051500222416 8 292 and 051500222416 8 293. Publix identifies the affected flour by GTIN code 5150022241 3 and parcel codes 8 292 and 8 293.
On the off chance that you’ve acquired the recalled flour, return it to the store where you bought it for a full discount.
The recall was posted by the three basic need chains Friday. So distant, the FDA has not posted the recall, and it’s not clear if the recalled clumps are carried by other grocery stores.
It’s moreover not clear if other brands made by Pillsbury’s parent company, Hometown Foods, may be affected. Hometown also distributes the Martha White and White Lily brands.
Side effects of salmonella disease may include stomach spasms, diarrhea, heaving, wicked stool, fever, chills, and headache. Symptoms ordinarily begin 12 to 72 hours after coming into contact with the microbes. People who get salmonella typically stay ill for 4 to 7 days.