For the second time in two weeks, the flour is recalled due to fears about E. coli.
This time, 4,620 boxes of Pillsbury Best 5-pound bread flour, sold by Hometown Food Company and distributed in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The flour was manufactured by ADM Milling Co. in Buffalo, New York.
The recalled products bear UPC codes 051500200315, lot codes 8342 or 8343 and are used before June 8, 2020 or June 9, 2020.
Customers who have purchased the flour are urged not to consume it and discard it or return it to where it was purchased for a refund, says a statement from the US Food and Drug Administration.
Hometown Food Company told ADM Milling that wheat used in the manufacture of two batches of Pillsbury flour had been associated with diseases caused by E. coli associated with other flour-based products made by the plant. Buffalo of ADM.
Last week, 14,000 cases of flour manufactured by King Arthur Flour Inc. were recalled due to E's fear. Coli.
Symptoms of E. coli infection include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting. They start on average three to four days after the ingestion of the bacteria. Most people recover in five to seven days.
Until now, no disease related to the use of flour has been reported, the FDA said.