|Published:||Jan 18, 2013 1:06 PM EST|
|Updated:||Jan 18, 2013 1:06 PM EST|
LEE COUNTY, Fla.- Some bagels sold at Publix supermarkets have been recalled, due to the possible presence of metal fragments.
BBU, Inc., the parent of the Bimbo Bakeries companies, has initiated a voluntary recall due to possible presence of fragments of metal caused by a faulty manufacturing part. Recalled products are the following fresh bagels with "Best Buy" dates (month and day) "JAN 18" to and including "JAN 27" found on the lock tab bag closures.
The following products are sold at Publix:
GTIN Product Description
48121-25319 Thomas Everything Bagels
48121-29208 Thomas Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
48121-27707 Thomas Plain Bagels
48121-24903 Thomas Onion Bagels
48121-25504 Thomas Blueberry Bagels
48121-25321 Thomas Cinnamon Swirl Bagels
41415-35990 Publix Premium Original Bagels
41415-36290 Publix Premium Cinnamon Swirl Bagels
41415-36190 Publix Premium Multigrain Bagels
41415-36090 Publix Premium Onion Bagels
48121-25505 Thomas 100%Wheat Bagels
48121-22615 Thomas Honey Wheat Bagels
48121-21694 Thomas Cranberry Bagels
83791-00002 Weight Watchers Bagels
72945-35068 Sara Lee Honey Wheat Bagels
72945-35066 Sara Lee Plain Bagels
72945-35070 Sara Lee Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
72945-35069 Sara Lee Blueberry Bagels
72945-61003 Sara Lee Everything Bagels
The company announced the recall after discovering metal fragments in two packages. No consumer reports have been received. There are no reports of injury.
All recalled products are being removed from store shelves. No other THOMAS', SARA LEE, PUBLIX or WEIGHT WATCHERS products are affected.
Consumers who have purchased the product can return the product to its place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-800-984-0989 at any time 24 hours a day.
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