General Mills Is Recalling 5-Pound Bags of Its Gold Medal Unbleached Flour Due to Salmonella Concerns

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In the latest of food recalls, General Mills just announced they are asking consumers to toss 5-pound bags of Gold Medal flour due to salmonella concerns. Although no complaints have been reported, the company is acting out of caution.

General Mills stated that samples of the all-purpose flour were found to be positive for salmonella during routine testing. The company wants to remind the public that flour is a raw product that is not safe for consumption unless it is cooked. Bakers and cooks, be aware!

Check your packages for the following information and discard the product immediately:

Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose 5 lb Flour 
Package UPC 000-16000-19610-0
Better if Used by Date: 20APR2020

Only this Gold Medal product is affected by the recall. If you have questions about this recall or if you purchased this item, you may contact General Mills at 800.230.8103 or via their website at generalmills.com. The company is issuing coupons for a replacement product.

As a reminder, symptoms of salmonella may include abdominal pain, fever, diarrhea, and nausea. Visit your health care provider if you have any of these symptoms. To learn more about this recall, watch the video below.

Do you purchase this product regularly and have concerns about this current recall? Have you ever been affected by salmonella poisoning or a food recall?