A popular snack treat is being recalled nationwide over potential salmonella concerns.
Swiss Rolls, sold under a variety of brand names including H-E-B and Great Value, are being voluntarily recalled by the manufacturer over the possible presence of salmonella in one of the treat’s ingredients.
Mrs. Freshley’s, Food Lion, H-E-B, Baker’s Treat, Market Square, and Great Value brands are all impacted by the recall nationally, and several southern states are impacted under the Captain John Derst’s Hold Fashioned Bread brand name.
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Salmonella can cause serious, or even fatal, infections in young children and the elderly. No human cases have yet been reported in connection with the recall.
For a full list of brand names, UPC label numbers, and Best By Dates, you can visit the Flowers Foods website, or use this list:
Mrs. Freshleys - 4 count/7.2 ounces
Best By Dates: Through 10/19/18
Mrs. Freshley's - 6 count/12 ounces
Best By Dates: Through 10/14/18
Food Lion - 6 count/13 ounces
Best By Dates: 10/16/18
H-E-B: 6 count/12 ounces
Best By Dates: 09/19/18
Baker's Treat: 6 count/13 ounces
Best By Dates: 9/21/18 through 9/28/18
Market Square: 6 count/12 ounces
Best By Dates: 309 8194 B
Great Value: 6 count/13 ounces
Best By Dates: 9/17/18 through 9/25/18
Captain John Derst's Old Fashioned Bread
Best By Dates: 7/16/18 through 7/28/18