Salmonella outbreak linked to flour is over, CDC says
(CNN) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday that a salmonella outbreak linked to flour is over.
At least 14 people in 13 states were infected.
The outbreak was linked to Gold Medal-brand flour from a production facility in Kansas City, Missouri.
General Mills recalled four varieties of the flour in April when salmonella contamination was suspected.
CDC officials said that while the outbreak investigation has finished, people should still throw away or return any recalled bags of flour, and wash any containers used for storage.
For more information about the outbreak, visit the CDC’s website.
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