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King Arthur Flour E. coli Lawyer Update: Additional Lot Codes Recalled Due to Potential E. coli Contamination.

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King Arthur Flour E. coli Lawyer Update: Additional Lot Codes Recalled Due to Potential E. coli Contamination.

King Arthur FLour E. coli Lawsuit
  • Tony Coveny | Nov 6, 2019

King Arthur Flour E. coli Lawyer Update: Additional Lot Codes Recalled Due to Potential E. coli Contamination.

King Arthur Flour Inc. announced on November 1, 2019, that they would be expanding their recall to include 3 additional lot numbers due to the risk of potential E. coli O26 contamination. The 3 additional lot codes of Unbleached All-Purpose Flour 5 lb. were originally omitted from the data which was provided to the press on October 3, 2019.

The additional lot codes being recalled and their “Best Used By” dates are as followed:

  • Lot codes L18A09A & L18A09C, Best Used by Date 12/09/19.
  • Lot code A19A08A, Best Used by Date 01/08/20.

King Arthur Flour Inc. went on to state that to date they have not received any reports of people falling ill from the recalled products. The company has stated that their customer’s safety is their top priority, which is why they are advising customers who have any of the recalled items in their pantries to dispose of them in a safe manner or to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.   In a warning, howevr, one national E. coli lawyer, Ron Simon, warned that illnesses are often not reported or identified right away, and hence it is too early to know if the recall was able to prevent human illnesses.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have advised all consumers to avoid consuming the raw flour; cookie dough or batter should not be eaten without it been cooked properly. The CDC is also reminding everyone to wash their hands, work surfaces, and utensils thoroughly after contact with raw dough products or flour.

  1. coli O26, the second most common form of food borne Shiga toxin-producing e. coli, right after E. coli O157:H7, has symptoms that may include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea which can at times be bloody, and vomiting. Symptoms may begin from 3 to 4 days after ingesting the contaminated product. In most cases, people can recover without any medical treatments within a week of being ill but some more severe cases symptoms may develop into a serious illness called Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS). HUS can result in kidney failure, stroke, and even death. Ron Simon, a national E. coli lawyer, stated “E. coli O26 is one of the non-O157 serogroups that most often cause illness in the United States. The non-O157 STEC are not nearly as well understood, partly because current protocols do not test for them. The failure to test for non-O157 STEC is due in large part to the fact that such serotypes are difficult to detect.”

For more information on the King Arthur Flour recall, to speak to an E. coli Lawyer, or to inquire about an E. coli Lawsuit, call 1-888-335-4901.

https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/king-arthur-flour-updates-three-lot-codes-voluntarily-recalled-unbleached-all-purpose-flour-5-lb

https://www.newsweek.com/king-arthur-flour-recall-extended-over-e-coli-contamination-fears-1469538

https://www.bakingbusiness.com/articles/49737-king-arthur-expands-flour-recall

 

 

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