An E. coli outbreak that has sick 17 people in eight states has been linked to flour sold at selected Aldi stores, the CDC announced Friday.
In a statement, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday that healthcare professionals are investigating a multi-state outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O26 infections related to flour packaged by Buffalo, New York-based ADM Milling Co.
The discounts and ADM announced this week that they were recalling five pound bags of Bakers Corner All Purpose Meal sold in selected Aldi stores in 1
According to the CDC, there have been three hospital admissions, but no deaths have been reported.
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Aldi and ADM Milling Co. Recall Bakers Corner All Purpose Flour is sold at Aldi stores in 11 states "due to a potential presence of E. coli." (Photo: Elise Amendola, AP)
According to a recall notice posted Thursday on the US Food and Drug Administration website, the meal was distributed to select Aldi stores in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey , New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and West Virginia.
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The discount buyer also recalled all other ADM butter products in the region as a precaution, ADM said in his statement that "no other products or customers are involved in this recall at this time."  But according to the CDC, the survey is ongoing and officials work with the FDA "to determine if other brands or much flour may be potentially contaminated and must be recalled."
E. coli infections usually occur three to four days after eating is eaten, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Severe stomach cramps, diarrhea (often e bloody) and vomiting can result in five to seven days. In severe cases, patients may develop haemolytic uremic syndrome, a type of kidney failure.
Customers can return the meal to local stores for a full refund. For questions, please contact ADM Milling Co. customer service at 800-422-1688 between 8 and 4:30 pm CDT weekdays.
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