Rabbit Creek Products, based in Louisburg, Kansas, announced on August 11 a recall of certain types of bread, muffin, and brownie mixes. The recall was made out of precaution, as there was a potential contamination of E. coli O121.
If ingested, E. coli O121, also known as STEC O121, exhibits symptoms like bloody diarrhea and severe abdominal cramps between two to eight days after. While many people will recover by a week after symptoms begin, but the infection can be more severe and have more serious complications.
While there have been no reported illnesses so far, Rabbit Creek Products urges their customers to visit their website to find specifics about recalled items and throw away any products before returning the label to Rabbit Creek for a refund.
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