After receiving a notice from its supplier in Spain, a New York company is recalling certain boxes of Tiger Nuts brand flour because of possible Salmonella contamination.

Tiger Nuts Inc. of Newburgh, NY, sold the implicated flour to retailers in Oregon and Missouri and three online bakers, according to the
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UNFI is recalling of an unknown volume of organic flour because government test results showed the potential for contamination with E. coli O157:H7.

The company reported distributing the implicated 5-pound bags of flour nationwide. UNFI did not report what company milled the flour.

Consumers who have purchased 5-pound packages of
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An Illinois company has launched a recall of an unrevealed volume of all-purpose flour because test results showed contamination with E. coli O157:H7. Hodgson Mill distributed the flour nationwide.

The recalled flour was milled at an ADM Milling facility in St. Louis and repacked at a Hodgson Mill Inc. facility
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For the second time this year Hometown Food Co. is recalling some of its Pillsbury flour because of bacterial contamination. This time the pathogen is E. coli and the flour is from a mill linked to an outbreak.

The new recall includes more than 4,600 cases of Pillsbury “Best Bread”
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King Arthur is the second brand of flour, following Aldi’s Baker’s Corner, to be recalled in less than a month because of E. coli contamination in flour from Archer Daniels Midland Co. King Arthur Flour Inc. distributed its recalled flour nationwide.

The FDA has not reported if ADM produced other
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A research team says there is little industry can do to combat bacterial contamination of raw wheat destined to become flour. They said for now, consumers can make the biggest difference in preventing foodborne illnesses from flour. 

Only about 10 percent of the wheat flour milled in the United States
Continue Reading Researchers confirm pathogens in raw wheat, urge cautious use of raw flour

In an expanded recall notice for flour sold by Aldi, the grocery chain’ supplier is reminding consumers that the baking staple is made from raw grain and therefore inherently dangerous.

There is no word yet about whether any other flour made at an ADM Milling Co. factory could be contaminated
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Seventeen people are sick with E. coli infections and three have been hospitalized in an outbreak traced to flour recalled yesterday by the Aldi grocery chain.

The Rhode Island Department of Health has isolated the outbreak strain of E. coli O26 in an unopened bag of Baker’s Corner all-purpose flour.
Continue Reading People in 8 states infected with E. coli; Aldi, ADM Milling recalling Baker’s Corner flour