Flowers Foods, Inc. announced it was voluntarily recalling 3,000 loaves of Nature’s Own Honey Wheat bread sold in the U.S. due to the presence of undeclared milk. The products being recalled were traced to selling points in six states: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, California, Nevada; and to one wholesale distributor in California serving Mexico. The packages have either a blue or yellow tie closure and a “Best If Used By” date of 12-26-2021 and product codes 128 346 03:00 through 128 346 05:00 printed on the package, the company announced.
The recall was initiated after discovering that loaves of Nature’s Own Butterbread containing milk were inadvertently packaged in Nature’s Own Honey Wheat bread packaging, which does not include milk in the ingredient statement. No related illnesses or incidents have been reported, the FDA said.
“Best If Used
Nature’s Own Honey Wheat Bread 20 oz.
128 346 03:00
Nature’s Own 2-pack Honey Wheat Bread 40 oz.
128 346 03:00
Flowers Foods recommended consumers should discard the affected product or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Headquartered in Thomasville, Ga., Flowers Foods reported sales worth USD4.4 billion in 2020. The company operates bakeries across the country that produce a wide range of bakery products. Its Nature’s Own, Dave’s Killer Bread, Wonder, Canyon Bakehouse, and Tastykake.
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