March 24, 2017

Williams Sonoma Recalls Meyer Lemon Quick Bread for Possible Salmonella

Williams Sonoma is voluntarily recalling some of its Meyer Lemon Poppy Seed Quick bread for possible Salmonella contamination. Their ingredient supplier has issued a recall of the milk powder used to make the bread. No bacteria have been found in the milk powder or Williams Sonoma’s product. No illness reports have been received to date.

The recalled product was sold in Williams Sonoma stores nationwide from August 2016 to the present. It is Williams Sonoma Meyer Lemon Poppy Seed Quick Bread in 1 pound 2 ounce packages. It is packaged in a yellow paper bag. The SKU number on the price sticker is 7839186 and the best by dates are JAN2018 02118:A1 or JAN2018 02018:A1 on the back flap.

If you purchased this product, do not eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the store where you purchased it for a full refund.

Williams Sonoma Meyer Lemon Quick Bread Recall

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