Last week, several brands of bagels were recalled by a large bakery company due to potential contamination with metal fragments caused by a defective manufacturing part. The recalled food products were sold mostly in stores in southern states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee with "Best Buy" dates to the end of this month.
The recalled bagels include the following brands:
Thomas' Everything Bagels,
Thomas' Blueberry Bagels,
Thomas' Onion Bagels,
Thomas' Plain Bagels,
Thomas' Cinnamon Raisin Bagels,
Thomas’ Honey Wheat Bagels,
Sara Lee Deluxe Bagels Honey Wheat,
Sara Lee Deluxe Bagels Plain,
Sara Lee Deluxe Bagels Blueberry, and
Sara Lee Deluxe Bagels Cinnamon Raisin.
Questions should be directed to the company, BBU, Inc. at 800-984-0989.
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Food contamination is a very real and scary reality, especially for young children, those with weakened immune systems, and the elderly. Recalls like this can help prevent injuries. However, when food contamination goes undiscovered, there can be catastrophic results.
If you or a loved one suffered serious injury after eating a contaminated food product, contact our food product lawyers for a free consultation. 877.944.8396