General Mills recalls Betty Crocker cake mix

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NEW YORK — General Mills Inc. is recalling two flavors of Betty Crocker cake mix sold in the U.S. and one flavor sold in Canada because they use flour that was recalled earlier because it could contain E.coli.

The flavors include Betty Crocker Delights Super Moist Party Rainbow Chip Cake Mix, which is called Betty Crocker Super Moist Rainbow Bit Cake Mix in Canada.

In the U.S, the mix carried a Package UPC 000-16000-40997 and “better if used by dates” including 25MAR2017, 28MAR2017, 27APR2017, 28APR2017, 23MAY2017, 24MAY2017, and 25MAY2017.

The U.S. recall also includes Betty Crocker Delights Super Moist Carrot Cake Mix with UPC 000-16000-40987 and “better if used by dates” including 12APR2017, 13APR2017, 14APR2017, 28May2017, 29May2017, 30MAY2017, 07JUL2017 and 08JUL2017.

In Canada, the Super Moist Rainbow Bit Cake Mix has a Package UPC of 000-65633-46589 and “better if used by dates” of 27AL2017, 08JN2017 and 09JN2017.

A General Mills supplier used Wondra flour implicated in a July 1, 2016, recall to make the flavor chips used in the recalled cake mix flavors. No illnesses reported to date have been connected to cake mix.

A full list of products included in the flour recall can be found www.generalmills.com/flour.

U.S. consumers with questions or requesting Betty Crocker replacement product should call General Mills at 1-800-230-8103. Canadian consumers with questions about the Betty Crocker products including in the recall, or requesting replacement, should contact General Mills Canada at 1-800-526-4579. Additional recall information can also be found at www.generalmills.com/flour.

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