Rabbit Creek Products recalls dry mixes

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(WTNH) — Rabbit Creek Products of Louisburg, KS is recalling certain flavors of bread mixes, muffin mixes and brownie mixes.

The recall is due to potential presence of Escherichia Coli. It was initiated after their suppliers were notified that they received General Mills flour which was recalled due to potential presence of E. Coli. The recalled dry mixes were distributed nationwide in retail stores and online sales December 2015 through February 2016.

No illnesses are reported and no other products sold by Rabbit Creek are involved in this recall.

In an announcement made by Rabbit Creek Products they say people usually get sick from E. coli 2-8 days after swallowing the bacteria. People can develop diarrhea and abdominal cramps.

Rabbit Creek said most people recover in a week but some illnesses last can last longer and be more severe resulting in a kidney failure called hemolytic uremic Syndrome.

Rabbit Creek Products would like you to destroy any affected product and return the label to Rabbit Creek, PO Box 1059, Louisburg, KS 66053 for a refund.

If you have any questions you can call the company at 1-800-837-3073 Monday through Thursday between 8am and 4pm Central Time.

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