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Swiss Rolls Recalled Over Salmonella Concerns

No cases of illness have been reported, according to the voluntary recall

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    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.

    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.

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    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 
    UPC: 072250011907 
    Best By Dates: Through 10/19/18 

    Mrs. Freshley's - 6 count/12 ounces 
    UPC: 072250903233 
    Best By Dates:Through 10/14/18

    Food Lion - 6 count/13 ounces
    UPC: 035826092779
    Best By Dates:10/16/18

    H-E-B: 6 count/12 ounces 
    UPC: 041220296483
    Best By Dates:09/19/18

    Baker's Treat:6 count/13 ounces 
    UPC: 041498188382
    Best By Dates:9/21/18 through 9/28/18

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    Market Square:6 count/12 ounces 
    UPC: 087381760556
    Best By Dates: 309 8194 B

    Great Value: 6 count/13 ounces 
    UPC: 078742147550
    Best By Dates: 9/17/18 through 9/25/18

    Captain John Derst's Old Fashioned Bread
    UPC: 071316001180
    Best By Dates: 7/16/18 through 7/28/18