Recalled Flour Due To Possible Metal Fragments

The Morrison Milling Company of Denton, Texas has announced a voluntary recall of The Baker’s Scoop 100% Whole Wheat Flour due to a possible contamination. The exact description of the product being recalled is The Baker’s Scoop HEB 100% Whole Wheat Flour 5 lbs, UPS 4122019322 best-by-dates 02/14/18 and 02/15/18.

The recall is due to the possible contamination of soft nylon fragments of mesh resembling white hair. The mesh contamination was caused by a faulty screen at the production facility. The foreign object in food can cause injuries such as choking. The size and shape of the foreign object can cause various degrees of injury. The company’s quality department discovered the contamination during a routine production line check. To date, there have been no illnesses, injuries or consumer complaints associated with this incident. The Morrison Milling Company has not found nylon in finished products but has decided to issue the recall in an abundance of caution.

The potentially affected bags of flour are distributed through Southwestern region HEB supermarkets. The affected code date can be found on the top folded seal of the 5 Lbs bags. The Morrison Milling Company states they are committed to safety and satisfaction of their customers and providing high-quality products. Consumers can return it to its place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions are encouraged to call The Morrison Milling Company Customer Service Center during regular business hours.

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