Recall Alert! It has been announced that some products of General Mill are advised for recall due to E.coli contamination. We therefore warn our dieters to watch out for the flours they might have purchased days ago. So if you are planning to bake something this week, pls. make a double check of your flour brand or cake mixes.
Fortune recently reported that General Mills Wondra flour (which was named in the recall) was used in three other Betty Crocker Cake Mixes namely:
- Betty Crocker Delights Super Moist Party Rainbow Chip Cake Mix
- Bett Crocker Delights Super moist Carrot Cake Mix
- Berry Crocker Moist Rainbow Bit Mix Cake Mix (Canada only)
The recall for the said products was a result of the recent outbreak of deadly bacteria E.coli case. Since December 2015, 42 people have already fallen ill caused by the said bacteria. However, there’s no need to fret about it!
The good news is that no illnesses have been reported by the company about the potential harmful risks of said mixes. There’s also no General Mills or Betty Crocker products added to the recall list. The company’s spokesperson also told Fortune that the retailers were already notified about the recall last Monday. The recalled products shall be removed from the shelves quickly.