Bread containing metal pieces recalled by Sara Lee
Filed under: Health & Safety: Babies
If you use Sara Lee bread to make your children's sandwiches, take caution. The company announced today that they're recalling Earthgrains, Sara Lee Delightful Wheat and many other brands because the bread may be full of small metal pieces.
It apears that, at least as of yet, no injuries have been reported as result of the contaminated loaves. However, the company acknowledged that this possibility exists, after recently discovering damage to one of their wheat flour sifters.
Any bread purchased with "best if purchased by" dates between July 25 and August 7, from Mississippi, Alabama, most of Arkansas, southeastern Missouri, western Georgia, southwestern Tennessee, southeastern Louisiana and the panhandle of Florida is subject to recall, and can be returned to store where it was purchased for a full refund.
For a full list of affected brands, you can read the Sara Lee press release on the Food and Drug Administration's website.
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