(Gray News) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have pronounced an outbreak of E. coli involving multiple recalled meal marks, but warns that the recalled products may still be in their pants.
21 cases of E. coil were reported in nine states: California, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Jersey. Three people were admitted to hospital, but no deaths were reported.
The CDC says that flour has a long shelf life, and customers who did not know about the recall can still use it and can get sick.
Revoked brands of flour include Brand Castle, Pillsbury Best Bread and Aldi Baker's Corner. A complete list is available on the CDC website. If you have any of the recalled flour in your home, you should discard it immediately.
The CDC also warns not to eat any dough or butter, clean thoroughly after baking and contact your health care professional if you think you got sick from eating raw dough.