Kroger Recalls Almost 20 Baked Goods Due to Possible Metal Contamination

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Another day, another recall to be aware of. This time, however, it’s coming from the bakery department at Kroger.

According to Food Safety News, Kroger — which holds the top spot as the largest supermarket in the nation and the second largest general retailer — has recalled a number of Country Oven brand baked goods due to the possible inclusion of metal fragments. The fragments in question are said to have possibly made their way into the goods through the starch used to make each of the items. The items that have been called to question include:

The baked goods — which range from a distribution of three cases to 230 cases — were recalled in 29 states including South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas, California, Oregon, Arkansas, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Virginia, and Utah.

Consumers who may have picked up a baked good bearing any of the above descriptions are urged to discard the products or return them to the Kroger store purchased from. If you consumed any of the products and are feeling ill, contact your healthcare provider immediately.

Ni’Kesia Pannell

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Ni’Kesia Pannell is the News & Culture Editor at Kitchn. Known as a self-proclaimed Slurpee connoisseur and the Queen of Nostalgic Things, Ni’Kesia spends her spare time running her all-natural beverage business — Peach State Drinks — and binging all the old shows you can name.

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