October 14, 2019

Robin Hood All Purpose Flour Recalled For Possible E. coli O26

Robin Hood All Purpose Flour sold in 5 pound packages with specific lot codes is being recalled for possible E. coli O26 contamination, the J.M. Smucker Company announced. This recall doe not affect any Robin Hood items sold in Canada. No other items manufactured by J.M. Smucker, including other Robin Hood products, are affected by this recall. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

The recalled product is Robin Hood All Purpose Flour in 5 pound packages. The case UPC number on the product is 0 51500 18010 2, and the item UPC number is 0 51500 18010 5. The recalled lot codes and best if used by dates are 8350 513 and 6/16/2020; 8351 513 and 6/17/2020; 8354 513 and 6/20/2020; and 8355 513 and 6/21/2020. the flour was distributed across the United States.

If you purchased Robin Hood All Purpose Flour with that UPC number, lot codes, and expiration dates, do not use it. Throw it away in a sealed container, or take it back to the place of purchase for a refund. If you aren’t sure whether or not you purchased this product, contact your retailer. If you still aren’t sure, discard the flour.

You should then clean your pantry, because flour can get everywhere in a kitchen. Wipe down items in the pantry and the pantry shelves and drawers. If you decanted the flour into another container, wash that container thoroughly with soap and water before adding more flour.

And this recall is a good reminder not to eat batter or dough before it’s cooked. The only way to destroy this pathogen is to heat it. And never made homemade play dough with uncooked flour.

Robin Hood All Purpose Flour Recalled For Possible E. coli O26

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